US civic chiefs have recognised a policeman who saved the life of a three-year-old boy.
Texas officer Chase Miller performed resuscitation on the youngster after he stopped breathing following a seizure.
Camera footage from Miller’s patrol car shows the officer race to the car park of a KFC restaurant in Granbury, Texas.
He took Brayden Geis from the arms of his mother, before administering two minutes of CPR. The boy began breathing again and later recovered in hospital.
Miller was presented with a lifesaving award at a meeting of Granbury City Council this week.
Officer Chase Miller shared a special moment tonight with the boy whose life he saved. Well done, Officer! pic.twitter.com/t0hNfrheU9— Granbury, Texas (@cityofgranbury) October 18, 2016