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Ind. cop saves autistic child from drowning


October 30, 2010
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Ind. cop saves autistic child from drowning

The officer responded to a call of a missing five-year-old who walked away from home

Fox59

Indianapolis — An IMPD officer was in the right place at the right time Wednesday morning, when an autistic boy jumped into a retention pond and started to sink. Witnesses say if not for the cop, the boy could have died.

The incident occurred just before 10 a.m. Officer Larry Wilson, a 24-year veteran of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department working in the Southeast District Office, responded to a call of a missing five-year-old who walked away from home. The boy's frantic mother called 911 when she couldn't find the austic boy. She told officer she thought he had been sleeping.

Read more on Fox 59.

 




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