Woman honored after jumping into pond to save drowning boy
A good Samaritan who jumped into a North Texas pond this summer to save a little boy who was drowning has been honored for her heroism.
There's an emergency out of the way. The body camera picks up with the officer racing toward the pond at linda spurlock Park in june as they get closer, you can see another officer and Brandy Roundtree doing CPR trying to get the toddler to breathe of Roundtree was in the park at a kid's birthday party when she heard the child's relative screaming, she says, I don't know how to swim so no questions asked, boom off shoes off in the water, Go in for it. It's got a full breathing. Rountree says her parents taught her CPR and the 911 dispatcher coached her through what to do until the rescue squad arrived. The video shows them take the child continuing to work on him until he opened his eyes and began breathing because of all of us and working together as a community. He's alive.