A Georgia police officer is being called a hero after he saved a 2-month-old baby that wasn't breathing.
MARIETTA, Ga. - A Georgia police officer is being called a hero after he saved a 2-month-old baby that wasn't breathing.
Dash camera video recorded the rescue in Marietta, Ga., on May 15.
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The baby's grandmother called 911 after the infant started choking and turning blue while feeding on a bottle.
Marietta police officer Nick St. Onge arrived before paramedics and began rendering aid to the little girl.
St. Onge worked on the child for more than two minutes when the little girl started to breath.
The officer said he credits his years in the military and training with Marietta police to know exactly what to do in this crisis.
The infant, who was taken to a local hospital to be checked out, is doing fine.
Courtesy NBC News Channel