A Georgia sergeant saved two lives during his shift Saturday night.

Sgt. Nathan Ernst, of the Holly Springs Police Department, revived an unresponsive male, then later helped save a disabled woman from a fire.

Ernst started his shift at 6:30 p.m. that night. He was dispatched around 8:50 p.m. for a 24-year-old unresponsive man who had used heroin. Ernst administered Narcan to the man, who then regained consciousness.

Then, at 10:53 p.m., Ernst was dispatched to a structure fire, where he and another officer rescued a disabled, bedridden woman.

“We’re just very happy it was a positive outcome in both incidents,” Ernst said this morning on “Fox and Friends.”

Watch his full interview above.

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