A Texas police officer is being recogonized for saving a young boy's life and it was all caught on camera.
The boy stopped breathing after a seizure and Officer Chase Miller came to his rescue.
Miller pulled into a parking lot within one minute of the police department receiving a 911 call.
He found the parents holding their 3-year-old child who was not breathing.
Miller took the boy from his parents and began CPR.
He then showed the boy's father how to do it so that he could run and get a breathing mask.
They gave the boy CPR for several minutes until more help arrived.
The boy, who is named Brayden, has fully recovered.
The boy had the chance to meet the police officer who save him this week.