By Audrina Bigos

(CBS) — In seconds, two suburban police officers saved a man’s life, and it was all caught on one officer’s dashboard camera.

CBS 2’s Audrina Bigos spoke with both heroes in Park Forest.

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All of the community’s police officers carry Naloxone. It reverses the effects of opioids, including loss of consciousness.

On Monday night, a man was slumped over in his truck with his vehicle in drive at an intersection.

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In dashcam video, you can see the officers break the passenger window to get in. They managed to put the vehicle in park and pull a hypodermic needle from the man’s hand.

Officer Chris Batzel administered the Naloxone, injecting the man’s thigh. It took 5 seconds to kick in.

Paramedics came soon after and took the man to the hospital.

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