The police have released a dramatic video showing the moments when a member of parliament rescued a small child in June after being left behind in a sweltering car for more than 12 hours
The deputy head of the Seminole County Sheriff Office Bill Dunn said the old girl was no longer alive after he spotted her in the car on June 17.
Body-camera footage released from the sheriff's office showed Dunn ran while holding the girl in his arms. Dunn said he dumped the girl in his cruiser and immediately turned on the air conditioner.
"When the cold air hit them, I noticed that their eyes were fluttering," Dunn said.
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The deputy then hurried to the hospital while he assured the girl that she would be fine.
"It's okay, baby, talk to me, you're alright," Dunn heard.
The deputy carried her to the Trauma Center and left after realizing that he could not do much else. The footage took him in as he walked to his patrol car.
"It really was one thing to experience this adrenaline rush, and then, when it finally stops, how it really affects the body," he said.
The girl was released from the hospital three days after the incident and Dunn was able to meet her.
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"Sometimes we can have a moment like this that makes everything worthwhile," Dunn said of the incident.
The police told FOX 35 Orlando that the girl's mother, Casey Dyan Keller, phoned 33, 911, claiming that someone had stolen her car and daughter. But when the deputies arrived, they discovered that the mother had strapped the girl, who was "sweaty and flabby," into her place after buying alcohol the night before.
Keller was arrested and charged with "child's neglect" with great bodily injury. "
Greg Norman & # 0; Greg Norman contributed to this review.