MUST SEE>>> Police Body-Cam Video Shows Rescue of ‘Miracle Baby’ Lily Groesbeck
Baby Lily Groesbeck with her father after she was released from the hospital Wednesday. Image via ABC News.
As The Gateway Pundit (and everyone else) reported earlier in the week, after spending the night in an overturned car in an icy Utah river, an eighteen month-old girl was rescued from a car wreck that killed the child’s mother, twenty-five year-old Jennifer Groesbeck.
Rescuers said they heard a mysterious woman’s voice calling for help from the vehicle before they knew the child was trapped inside in its car seat.
Spanish Fork Police released body camera video of the March 7 rescue of Baby Lily and the efforts to resuscitate the unconscious child during an ambulance trip to a nearby hospital.
Police body cameras are more closely associated with documenting deadly police shootings. In this case the police camera documents what police routinely do without much recognition: save an innocent life.
This is an amazing video:
Spanish Fork Police video via WJW-TV. (Note: This version of the video does not include the approach to the overturned car. That part of the video is very jerky as the officer was running to the scene.)
Baby Lily was released from the hospital Wednesday and went home with her father, thirty-four year-old Deven Trafny, according to KSL-TV.