Officer Aaron Franklin freed six teens trapped in a storm drain being filled with rushing waters form a local creek. A short time later, he came upon an unconscious man who had crashed his truck into two cars, administered Narcan, and then performed CPR. (Photo: ABC News Screen Shot)
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Officer Aaron Franklin freed six teens trapped in a storm drain being filled with rushing waters form a local creek. A short time later, he came upon an unconscious man who had crashed his truck into two cars, administered Narcan, and then performed CPR. (Photo: ABC News Screen Shot)

An officer with the Massillon (OH) Police Department is being heralded for saving six teens from a flooded storm drain, and then later in the day saving the life of a man who might have otherwise died from drug overdose.

According to ABC News, Officer Aaron Franklin freed the teens trapped in a storm drain being filled with rushing waters form a local creek.

A short time later, he came upon an unconscious man who had crashed his truck into two cars; the officer administered Narcan and then performed CPR.

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