'A politimands work is unpredictable.'
so begins east Jutland Police postings on Facebook, where politikredsen shelves the cooperation between a traffic cop and some citizens. A collaboration that saved a 15-year-old boy's life.
the Officer was on Friday night on the street in the centre of Aarhus in order to make traffic control due to today's many christmas parties.
Suddenly he saw a 15-year-old boy, who had fallen lifeless on.
'As færdselsbetjenten itself says, so it's something of a contrast to go from the control of the lighting to suddenly having to save a life,' says the advertisement.
In the community, with a lifeguard, who coincidentally came over, started the constable the life-saving first aid.
A citizen called 112, while the other two ran for a defibrillator.
Thanks to the collaboration was the boy's heart started to beat again, when the ambulance arrived.
Then came the next problem: the Boy had no ID on him, so they did not in fact, who they had to do.
Fortunately, the thought færdselsbetjenten quickly, grabbed the boy's phone and brought it up to his face.
Since the phone had built-in face detection, it was locked up, and færdselsbetjenten be able to contact his mother.
The 15-year-old boy survived the incident, which is now being hailed on Facebook.
In the commentary track for the lookup are Facebook-users, namely not to late to commend the efforts.
'We must not forget that the officers themselves often puts life and limb on the line to help us,' writes one user.
'Lovely with a happy end. Thank you to everyday heroes.'Updated Date: 10 December 2019, 10:00