IL police officer saves child running along busy road

IL police officer saves child running along busy road

IL police officer saves child running along busy road

It was a heart-stopping moment as Sgt. Anthony Mannino, a 24-year veteran of the Naperville Police Department, saw the boy wandering onto Route 59, just inches away from speeding traffic.

According to the Naperville Police Department, which posted the footage to its Facebook page Monday afternoon, the boy "escaped his mother's watchful eye".

CBS 2, a Chicago television station, spoke with the officer. Mannino parked his cruiser to block traffic, then ran to the little boy who was eventually reunited with his mother.

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No one was hurt in the incident.

Mannino was presented with the Life Saving Award from the Naperville Police Department last Thursday for his actions. No charges were sought in the case.

The police department says Mannino last week received its lifesaving award for his efforts.

Once Mannino stops his auto, he runs after the boy, shouting "come here".

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