Dramatic footage shows moment 3-year-old girl saved from hot auto

Casey Keller

Casey Keller

She called 911 the next morning claiming that someone stole her auto with the child inside.

Seminole County Sheriff's Office Deputy Bill Dunn noticed the child locked in the sweltering vehicle on Father's Day this year.

Dramatic footage from the scene shows Seminole County Deputy Bill Dunn run with the youngster in his arms as he desperately tries to save her life. The newly released video shows Dunn running across a parking lot as he held the girl's head. He carried the child to his patrol auto, flung on the air conditioning and sat her down in front of it.

"It's OK, baby. Talk to me". "Felt the pulse on the child and didn't feel a pulse".

The deputy carried her to the trauma center and left after realizing there was not much else he could do.

Shockingly, her mum forgot to take her out of the auto and left her in there overnight.

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Officials said the girl was left in the auto when her mother, 33-year-old Casey Dyan Keller, drove to a liquor store with three children, returned home but left the 3-year-old in the vehicle. The girl's mother is facing a criminal charge of child neglect.

Authorities said Keller took her three children to a liquor store the night before.

"Once the cold air hit her, I saw her eyes fluttering", he said.

Three days later the girl was released from the hospital and reunited with her hero. "You're OK", Dunn was heard saying.

"Sadly I didn't think she was alive when I got to her", Dunn said in the video".

"It makes a lot of the bad things we see worth it", he said.

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