IL officer rescues young boy running on busy Chicago area road

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The Naperville Police Department said Monday that Sgt. Anthony Mannino was recently given the department's Life Saving Award for bringing the child to safety last month on the side of Route 59 outside of Chicago.

Police also released this footage of Sergent Anthony Mannino stopping his patrol auto and running after the toddler on Route 59, before picking him up to comfort him. "I initially thought it was a dog at large about to run into the street", Mannino said.

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Mannino stopped his squad vehicle in the right lane, keeping the lane clear of traffic, and then ran up to the child while shouting at him to stop and "come here".

After about 30 strides, Mannino catches the child, according to the dashcam footage. The child was out for only a matter of minutes before Mannino spotted him. He quickly realized, however, it was a small child.

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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. She told the officer he had made it about two blocks from their home.

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