Published: Thu, May 04, 2017
USA | By Cassandra Hanson

Police Officer Saves a Boy From Drowning Caught on Body Cam

Police Officer Saves a Boy From Drowning Caught on Body Cam

Officer Aaron Bulmer was looking for anyone who may have been involved in the incident but while he was looking, he saw a small child walking towards a pond.

As Bulmer exited his patrol auto to speak to the child, he saw the boy fall into the water and begin thrashing.

While exiting his vehicle to speak with the child, the 4-year-old fell into the pond.

A bodycam video shows Bulmer jumping into the pond, pulling the boy out and handing him to another man.

"Hey! Hey!" Bulmer can be heard yelling as he rushes to save the child.

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The body cam footage captured the officer diving into the water and scooping the child up as the boy fights to lift his head out of the water.

Emergency crews arrived at the scene and took the child to an area hospital to be checked out.

According to the National Autism Association, children with autism are drawn to water.

He passes the boy to the man and talks to emergency services, saying: "He fell in the pond, nearly drowned, I got him out".

Officer Bulmer went into action to save the four-year-old boy as he quickly went underwater. "A job well done Officer Bulmer, a TPD officer dedicated to serving and protecting this community".

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