Published: Mon, August 20, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

Sweltering save: FL deputy saves toddler from hot vehicle

Sweltering save: FL deputy saves toddler from hot vehicle

But Keller allegdly forgot to take her daughter out of the auto when they returned home, leaving her in the vehicle overnight where temperatures can top 33C during the day.

Deputy Bill Dunn hugs the three-year-old girl he saved in June after she was left in a hot auto for more than 12 hours.

Dramatic video released Thursday by the Seminole County Sheriff's Office shows deputy Bill Dunn rushing to save a three-year-old girl trapped in a hot auto earlier this year.

The body camera footage shows Dunn running while holding the girl in his arms.

"I felt for a pulse", he continued. The Daily Mail reports that the mother of the child went into a liquor store on June 16 and left the child in the vehicle. Dash cam video and audio show Dunn trying to speak life into the unconscious child.

"Once the cold air hit her, that's when I started noticing her eyes kind of fluttering", Dunn recalled.

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"I remember one thing distinctively was my hand on her chest and feeling her heart racing".

Authorities said Keller took her three children to a liquor store the night before.

Police said the girl's mother, 33-year-old Casey Keller, had driven to an off-licence to buy alcohol the day before. The two reunited a few days later when she was released from the hospital.

Dunn can be heard saying in the footage: 'It's OK, baby.

He told local news station FOX13: "Sadly, I didn't think she was alive when I got to her".

The deputy said, "Sometimes we're able to have a moment like this that makes it all worthwhile".

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