Dashcam captures officer rescuing wandering child from busy road


The boy runs away from the sergeant, prompting the officer to sprint after the boy south along Route 59.

An Illinois police sergeant received his department's life-saving award after he chased down a toddler whom he found running all by himself in the right lane of a busy highway.

A post on the Naperville Police Department's Facebook page says the incident occurred last month when the 1-year-old boy managed to slip out of his house.

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At one point, a large truck can be seen passing within a few feet of the child at a high rate of speed.

CBS 2, a Chicago television station, spoke with the officer.

According to a Naperville police spokesman, the boy ran out of his mother's home when she wasn't looking.

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Mannino was presented his department's lifesaving award on Thursday, the department said.

"I have twin boys, and there's not a day that goes by where something bad happens, you always think of your own kids", Mannino said.

Mannino says the mother showed up moments later and "obviously was very emotional".

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