Heart-stopping video captures moment California man saves his toddler from drowning

Heart-stopping home surveillance footage captured the moment a California man saved his toddler from drowning.

The Hemet Firefighters Association shared the footage on social media, asking parents to take note of how quickly children can drown. The boy in the video, Cole, is too young to know how to swim.

The association told Fox News Digital that the father is Zachary Petite, a fire engineer and paramedic at Hemet Fire Department. Cole is Petite’s youngest son.

The 40-second video shows the 1-year-old boy waddling around the pool and eventually jumping in. As soon as the boy gets in the water, Petite swiftly jumps on the ground and gets his son out, laying him on his back.

One-year-old Cole Petite wanted to join his big sister in their home pool. Cole takes off his life jacket, walks to the edge of the pool and slides right in.

Thankfully, his quick-thinking father Zack Petite raced over to pull his son out of the water. Inside Edition’s Ann Mercogliano spoke with the heroic dad.

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