California Sheriff’s Deputy Plays Doctor To Save 11 Month Old Baby Who Stopped Breathing Amid Protest

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California Sheriff’s Deputy Plays Doctor To Save 11 Month Old Baby Who Stopped Breathing Amid Protest.

A dramatic security footage captured the moment a Palmdale Sheriff’s Station deputy sprang into action to help save a choking baby. A California sheriff’s deputy monitoring a protest last month jumped into action to save a baby who swallowed a coin and couldn’t breathe.

On Tuesday, a two-minute video shared on social media of Deputy Cameron Kinsey rushing to help a mother whose 11-month-old son was in “physical distress,” according to officials.

In the video, a visibly frantic woman carries a child in her arms and rushes across a supermarket parking lot, appearing to tap the child on the back as another woman flags down help.

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The child and his mother were attending a rally across the street when the boy stopped breathing and lost consciousness, according to authorities. The pair ran to the supermarket, where deputies had been stationed to monitor the protest.

A uniformed deputy, identified as Kinsey, can be seen in the video rushing toward the baby boy before taking him into his arms.

Officials said Kinsey “immediately recognized something was gravely wrong” and “administered a mouth sweep with his finger and dislodged vomit.”

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Paramedics arrived shortly after to transport the child to a nearby hospital for treatment, The boy had swallowed a coin, which had lodged in his throat and blocked his airway.

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