Video footage shows a police officer in Florida saving a young girl who had been trapped inside a hot auto for 12 hours.
Intense footage from Seminole County Deputy Bill Dunn's dashboard camera shows him sprinting to the auto with a young girl in his arms.
Dunn sprinted to his vehicle, turned on the air conditioning and rushed to a nearby hospital.
Dunn told Fox 13: 'Sadly, I didn't think she was alive when I got to her.
Temperatures were around 80 degrees at the time, but Dunn believes the interior of the auto was as high as 110 degrees. "Talk to me. You're OK", as he rushed her to the hospital.
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"I didn't feel a pulse", Dunn said.
Police told FOX 35 Orlando that the girl's mother, Casey Dyan Keller, 33, called 911 claiming that someone stole her auto and daughter.
The footage shows the deputy running to his vehicle while holding her weakened body in one hand and keeping her head up with the other.
"Once the cold air hit her, that's when I started noticing her eyes kind of fluttering", Dunn recalled.
The girl's dad called to see if he could find Dunn to thank him, and he asked if he could see the young girl.
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"It was a heck of a thing to experience that adrenaline dump".
By the time Dunn made it to the trauma room, the medical team was ready and waiting to receive her.
The girl's mother was charged with child neglect with great bodily harm, according to deputies. "And then when it finally goes away, how it really does affect the body", he said. The other child then approached his vehicle.
The girl was released from the hospital three days after the incident and Dunn was able to meet her.
The deputy said, "Sometimes we're able to have a moment like this that makes it all worthwhile". "You're OK. You're OK, baby", he said.
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