An officer with the Santa Barbara Police Department saved a life Monday afternoon after discovering a 32-year-old subject not breathing.
According to ABC News, the officer concluded that the individual was suffering from a drug overdose and administered agency-issued Narcan to revive the individual.
Responding officers then started performing CPR and the victim began to breathe again.
EMTs then arrived at the scene and transported the patient to a nearby hospital.
The officers involved in the life-saving rescue have not been named publicly.