It might just be the most heart-warming video ever captured by a police dashcam. Oklahoma Sheriffs deputy Robert Jolley was looking for survivors of a deadly tornado that raked across Grady County earlier in the day. He was surveying the damage when something caught his eye. He looked closer and found a curly, brown-haired girl in overalls and a t-shirt covered in mud from head to toe. The 10-month-old child, later identified as Aleah Crago, had been thrown from a closet where her family had sought shelter into the nearby brush. Baby Aleah suffered a small cut on her head and some bruises. The young child sat in the deputys lap with her head resting on his chest as he drove for 45 minutes looking for a rescue worker to treat her. Baby Aleah and her mother were eventually reunited. The girl’s grandmother died in the storm after a trailer slid into the closet where the family and baby Aleah had been hiding.