NYPD officers rescue 5-month-old infant who wasn't breathing
NYPD officers rescued a 5-month-old baby after they were alerted that he wasn’t breathing on Thursday.
Police say officers Reis, Bates and Keller sprang into action when they were alerted that he wasn’t breathing.
They say the officers immediately rendered aid, performed CPR and rushed him to the hospital.
The officers were able to save his life.