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Police officers take quick action to save an unconscious baby

By alice101   Tuesday, October 18, 2016   16,000   161   4
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A video of police officers rushing a baby to the hospital is moving the hearts of many netizens. 


The Seoul Police Department recently released a video clip of officers helping a baby that became unconscious due to a high fever. In the video, a mother runs into the police station and she pleads for help, saying, "My baby passed out with a high fever." 


The police officers called emergency services (119) along with a police patrol car nearby. Determining that it would be faster for them to drive the mother and the baby to the hospital instead of waiting, they hit the road. 


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Thankfully there were not that many cars and all the cars quickly got out of the way. The baby made it to the hospital in about 3 minutes. It is reported that the child has fully recovered and is well now. 


The Seoul Police Department stated, "Thank you to all citizens who cleared the way so the police car could get to the hospital quickly...We will be your neighbor who can help when you are in need." 




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    HaveSomeKookies Wednesday, October 19, 2016

    Faith in Humanity restored :)

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    bestie18 Tuesday, October 18, 2016

    Am I the only who teared up to this !!! god i cry easily

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    MaxxyCrazzy bestie18 Tuesday, October 18, 2016

    Nope me too ;)

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    renia22 Tuesday, October 18, 2016

    God bless these officers an quick thinking

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