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GRANBURY (CBSDFW.COM) – Dash camera video captured the moment Granbury police officer Chase Miller saved a toddler’s life last weekend.

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The video shows Miller pulling into a fast food restaurant parking lot then jumping out of his car to perform CPR on 3-year-old Brayden Guise. At one point Miller instructs Brayden’s father to continue chest compressions while he runs back to his patrol car to grab a CPR mask. He then begins administering rescue breaths.

A few short, yet tense moments later and just before EMS arrived the child began breathing again.

“There was too much going on. I’m very thankful. The mother hugged me and I got a hand shake from the dad. Then they took Brayden to the hospital,” said Miller.

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Brayden’s family is thankful Officer Miller was so close by and that he was able to save their son.

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