COPS have issued an urgent warning to parents after a shocking video showed officers swimming past a drowning boy.
In the surveillance video, Griffin can be seen struggling to keep his head above water after removing his breathing apparatus.
The swimmers around the young man did not notice him and he spent a full minute under the water before he was rescued.
Genesee City Sheriff‘s office has now shared three tips for the general public.
They are like this: know your place, know CPR and teach your children what to look for and swim.
Noah Roche, 12, and his brother Weston Woods, eight, saw Griffin struggling before jumping.
Luckily the boys jumped in the water, swam to Griffin and pulled him out of the pool.
The boy’s mother, Sylese Roche said he was not breathing and was turning blue.
In the video, he performs CPR on Griffin until he starts coughing up water.
Griffin was released within 36 hours of the incident and recovered.
Swanson said in a Facebook Live video: “There were two heroes who saw this and no one knows, they jumped into the pool and picked up the 7-year-old boy. [and] he pulled her aside.
“Here’s the best part – these two rescuers are 12 and eight years old.”
Tom Kinczkowski, Griffin’s grandfather, said: “A lot of famous people don’t wear capes and these guys are.
“Without these guys, they wouldn’t be here right now.”