A New Jersey police sergeant was enjoying a well-deserved vacation at Clearwater Beach, Florida when his expert skills were needed. Morris Township Police Sgt. Sean O’Hare rushed over to help a two-year-old child who almost drowned in a hotel pool.
O’Hare initiated CPR on the toddler, who had been pulled from the water. Thankfully, he was able to resuscitate the little boy, and his mother reports that he’s now out of the hospital and back to his happy self.
The Morris Township Police department called O’Hare a “true hero” for his actions, but the vacationing officer is modest about the incident. “That’s the reason you take the job,” he says, “To help people.”
Source: ABC Action News