Whether you're cool with serving kangaroo for school lunch or one has ruined your soccer game, you can probably agree that saving a marsupial from drowning is key-to-the-city worthy. We're not sure if that's still a thing, but someone should give these cops one anyway.
On Saturday afternoon, this most commendable of events occurred when police in Australia dragged a drowning baby kangaroo from the sea at Safety Beach in Victoria and administered CPR to save its life. A resident named Mia Grant witnessed the kangaroo moving across the road toward the beach, according to the BBC, and saved it once before police arrived at the scene.
Once the officers arrived, the kangaroo made another break for the water, presumably because it was scared and confused, and it was the cops' turn to chase it. The young kangaroo was soon submerged and in serious danger.