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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