A mother expressed heartfelt gratitude to the Topeka, Kansas, police officer who rescued her 4-year-old child from a pond during a Wednesday press conference.
Officer Aaron Bulmer rescued Elijah Hamby from a Central Park pond Sunday. Officer Bulmer got out of his cruiser to speak with him when the child fell into the pond.
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In the video, Bulmer can be heard yelling for someone to dial 911 as he carries the gasping child.
The body cam footage captured the officer diving into the water and scooping the child up as the boy fights to lift his head out of the water.
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A Kansas officer was in the right place at the right time to save a 4-year-old boy with autism from drowning. Police said a parent who had been looking for the child was located and reunited with the child who was reported to have Autism.
The little boy fell into the water and Bulmer jumped into action.
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Bulmer believes that had he been 30 seconds or a minute later, the unidentified boy would have drowned. "A job well done Officer Bulmer, a TPD officer dedicated to serving and protecting this community". "That's really been hitting me today - that God put me in that situation".