Amazing VIDEO Us Aurira Police Risky Rescue A Boy And A Woman From Frozen Pond

Amazing Video: America’s Aurora Police Department has shared a surprising video on Facebook in which the bravery of the police officers has come to the fore. Police officials have managed to rescue a nine-year-old boy who was drowning in a frozen pond and a woman who jumped in to save him. After his football fell, a nine-year-old boy entered an icy pond to retrieve it and drowned. Seeing him, a woman who went there to try to save him also started drowning in the pond. Police saved both of them safely, watching this video will give you goosebumps.

Police and fire brigade officials got information that a 9-year-old child and a woman were drowning in the icy pond. The police officers immediately set out to save the water rescue kit at a quick pace. Bodycam footage shows officers with water rescue kits running towards the pond. It is seen in the clip that two officers jump into the water first and save the boy and the officers standing outside the pond try to get him out of the icy cold water.

watch video

News Reels

The child suffered minor injuries and was taken to a local hospital by the Aurora Fire Department. Two Aurora officers who swam to the rescue of the child were also slightly injured and hospitalized by the Aurora Fire Department, while the woman was treated at the scene and is in good condition. After the condition of all the injured was stable, they were discharged from the hospital.

Video going viral on social media

Since being posted, the video has gone viral, with over 63,000 views on Facebook so far with over 2,100 likes and several comments. Social media users are appreciating the officers for this heroic act. A user wrote, “Wonderful job! They worked without hesitation and knew exactly what to do to get the job done. Great job by all officers/APD!!” Another user wrote, “Well done APD! Thank you so much to all of you who serve and protect.”

Read also: AIIMS Server Issue: NIA can investigate AIIMS server hack case, high level meeting held in Ministry of Home Affairs

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *