New Video Surfaces of Florida Deputy Saving Toddler From Hot Car After Sitting In Car Over 12-Hours

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ABOVE VIDEO: New dramatic video shows the moments a child was saved from a hot car by a Seminole County deputy. (Fox 35 video)

SEMINOLE COUNTY, FLORIDA (FOX 35) – New dramatic video shows the moments a child was saved from a hot car by a Seminole County deputy.

For more than 12 hours, a three-year-old girl sat in a sweltering car.

Seminole County Deputy Bill Dunn is seen on dash camera video rushing to rescue her limp body. “Sadly, I didn’t think she was alive when I got to her,” Dunn said.

It was Father’s Day. As a father himself, he feared the worst.

“I felt for a pulse,” he said. “I didn’t feel a pulse.”

In video just released, he is seen running to his cruiser trying to get the toddler in front of the A.C.

“Once the cold air hit her, that’s when I started noticing her eyes kind of fluttering,” Dunn said.

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