The video below features Tina Taylor, a police officer, who saved her grandson from drowning. It all happened fast. The whole family was gathered around this pool at a Pasadena home when her three-year-old grandson slipped and fell into the pool. Fortunately, Tina reacted quickly and she jumped in to save the boy.
While the family prayed for a miracle, Tina gave her little grandson CPR. His mother was shocked. “He was blue, a rag doll, he was unconscious,” she remembered. “I heard screaming, I ran out and they were pulling him out of the water.”
Thanks God the kid took a breath. Later, he was taken to the hospital and now he is totally fine.
“The craziness about it is we are all aware of pool safety, as an officer I teach pool safety,” Taylor told KHOU. According to Safe Kids Worldwide, swimming pools are considered to be the most common site for a drowning to occur for children ages 1 to 4. Even if there are adults watching the kids, accidents may happen pretty fast. The kid should be wearing a life jacket, especially if the pool isn’t fenced off. Moreover, adults should know how to perform CPR — because every second counts!
The granny from the story doesn’t consider herself a hero, saying she did what anyone would do.
“I am not a hero, I’m not that’s not how that happened. This is God, I’m a tool for God in that situation and that’s wonderful,” said Taylor.
Share this video on Facebook now because this is something everyone must see. Get the word out! Share this now.