Dash cam video shows Texas police officer saving boy's life

Posted at 3:55 PM, Oct 20, 2016

Recently released dash cam footage shows a police officer saving a young boy’s life at a fast food restaurant in Texas.

According to the Granbury Star-Telegram, Granbury patrol officer Chase Miller responded to calls of a 3-year-old boy named Brayden not breathing at a nearby KFC.

Video shows Miller pulling into the restaurant parking lot and immediately began attending to Brayden.

After performing CPR for a few moments, Brayden finally started breathing again as his parents sobbed with joy.

According to the Granbury Police Department’s Facebook page, Brayden and Officer Miller are connected in more ways than one. Brayden’s favorite character on his favorite show, “Paw Patrol,” is named Chase.

Watch the dash cam video in the player below.

Alex Hider is a writer for the E.W. Scripps National Desk. Follow him on Twitter @alexhider.