Chicago Police Officers Save 13-Year-Old Boy In South Chicago
April 30, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.
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"The first thing we realized is how young he is."
CHICAGO (CBS) — There’s new video of the moment two Chicago police officers made a decision that saved the life of a 13-year-old boy in South Chicago.
In video shared on the Citizen app, you can see Officers Julius Givens and Rhonda Ward from the 4th (South Chicago) District carrying Rankin to their squad car.
Both officers talked about that quick response. READ MORE: Arrest Warrant Out For Jeremy Hylka, Joliet Area Ex-Catholic School Teacher Accused Of Trying To Meet Teen For Sex“The fact that he is a 13-year-old child, as soon as we arrived on scene, the first thing we realized is how young he is,” Givens said.
Both teens are recovering in the hospital. MORE NEWS: 2 Found Shot To Death At 80th And InglesideRankin’s mother said there’s no doubt the officers saved her son’s life and hopes to thank them in person.