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Video: Dallas Officer's Infant Needs New Heart

December 02, 2013  | 

VIDEO: Dallas Officer's Infant Son Needs New Heart

Dallas police officer Patrick Jones and his wife, Shellie, know that in order to save their young son’s life, someone else will have to lose theirs.

“We know that means that somebody else is going to be grieving,” Jones told the Dallas Morning News.  A Dallas native, Jones joined the force in 2008 and works at the city’s central patrol station.

Dallas Officer Patrick Jones' son Sawyer, who turns 2 on Monday, has a diseased heart. The adopted child has been at Children’s Medical Center Dallas since Aug. 21. About six weeks before Sawyer’s birth, the couple learned that he had two holes in his heart.


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S.S. @ 12/3/2013 10:42 AM

Heartbreaking. I will definately pray for the family and keep the faith.

Joe @ 12/4/2013 1:01 PM

My heart and prayers go out to this family as my son was also was born with a congenital heart defect and is awaiting to get on the transplant list.

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