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Wednesday, 29 July 2020

Bodycam footage shows the moment quick-thinking officers save a three-year-old girl who was found floating face first in her grandparent's Florida pool

  • Two officers from the Pensacola Police Department saved a girl at her grandparent's Florida home after she was found face down in their pool
  • Officer Kyle Skipper arrived at the home on June 13 and was assisted by Officer Robert Linblom 
  • When police arrived, the girl's grandmother had attempted CPR
  • Police got the girl to start breathing and she was transported to a local hospital
Florida police arrived at a home in June just in the knick of time to save a three-year-old girl who was found floating face down in a swimming pool. 
The Pensacola Police Department responded to the residence on the north side of Pensacola on June 13, finding the child unresponsive and not breathing. 
Officer Kyle Skipper was the first to arrive at the scene and found the girl's grandmother attempting CPR, according to a statement from the police department. 
Two officers from the Pensacola Police Department saved a girl at her grandparent's Florida home after she was found face down in their pool
Two officers from the Pensacola Police Department saved a girl at her grandparent's Florida home after she was found face down in their pool
Police arrived and found the girl's mother trying to perform CPR
Police arrived and found the girl's mother trying to perform CPR
The policeman retrieved the young girl before holding her and using his hand to repeatedly strike her back in an attempt to clear any obstructions. 
Officer Robert Linblom arrived on the scene to assist and was about to use the automated external defibrillator (AED) when the young girl took a small breath. 
Officer Linblom located a pulse from the girl and began giving her chest compressions. He then turned her on her side and used two fingers to dislodge vomit. 
The girl soon began breathing more and started moving. 
The girl started breathing as officers began to use an automated external defibrillator
The girl started breathing as officers began to use an automated external defibrillator
Officer Robert Linblom located a pulse from the girl and began giving her chest compressions. He got the girl to start breathing more by putting his fingers in her mouth to retrieve vomit
Officer Robert Linblom located a pulse from the girl and began giving her chest compressions. He got the girl to start breathing more by putting his fingers in her mouth to retrieve vomit
Soon, the Pensacola Fire Department and the Escambia County EMS arrived to the scene. The girl was transported to a local hospital. 
An attending physician has advised that the overall outlook for the child will take time but added that had the officers not gotten her to start breathing, she would have died. 
The officers spoke with WEAR TV and expressed their excitement that the girl survived the terrifying ordeal. 
Officer Kyle Skipper (left) arrived at the home on June 13 and was assisted by Officer Robert Linblom (right). Both fathers couldn't imagine a similar incident happening to their children
Officer Kyle Skipper (left) arrived at the home on June 13 and was assisted by Officer Robert Linblom (right). Both fathers couldn't imagine a similar incident happening to their children
'To be honest, my first thought was, "There's no way we're going to bring her back because as purple and as blue she was, I thought for sure she was gone,"' said Officer Lindblom. 
'When I saw her take that breath, I really just thought it was a miracle. when we arrived on scene I didn't expect her to recover.'
Both policemen, who are also fathers, said they couldn't think of a similar incident happening to one of their children.  
'I've got a 3-year-old girl, the same age, and a 4-year-old son. Yeah, it hits home,' said Officer Skipper. 

2 comments:

  1. Yes, Dim-o-cunts. By all means, de-fund these guys.

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  2. Doing what comes naturally, saving lives.

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