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Aldine ISD Police Officer Honored
09/02/2005
Pictured with Herdon is Chamber President Marilyn Bayless and Chamber Chairman Ray Shotwell.

Aldine ISD Police Officer Alfred Herdon was honored by the North Houston Greenspoint Chamber of Commerce during it Public Safety Recognition Luncheon, held Sept. 1 at the Wyndham Hotel. Herdon, center, was awarded a Life Saver Award for coming to the aid of an 18-month-old child who had quit breathing.

While assisting with dismissal duties on April 13 at MacArthur Senior High, Herdon was flagged down by a female who came running across Aldine Mail Route. The frantic female told Officer Herdon that her 18-month-old son was her in car and was not breathing. Herdon performed CPR on the infant and called dispatch to notify EMS personnel. Officer Herdon restored the infants' breathing. Moments later, the infant began to have seizures and was unable to breath on his own. Officer Herdon continued rescue breathing for the infant for several minutes until the medical unit arrived. Herdon updated the infant's condition to medics who quickly transported him to the hospital.

Pictured with Herdon is Chamber President Marilyn Bayless and Chamber Chairman Ray Shotwell.