A Rookie based officer saved an infant who stopped breathing
Novice police say he did his job on Sunday when he saved the life of an unanswered newborn, but the girl’s mother says “he performed a miracle.”
The mother told that she just finished feeding the newborn Mecca, just 2 weeks old.
Freeman without any delay informed the 911 and as the Upland County Police Department was located one block away, 21-year-old officer Jonathan Keeney was quickly on the scene.
The officer performed all the possible ways to rescue the child
Agent Keeney rushed to the rescue, and he immediately jumped into the action, took her out of my arms, and performed a miracle because the baby was not breathing.
Keeney, who also spent years as a teenage rescuer, applied a sternal massage, which he declared useless.
Freeman told the station that Keeney had stopped after returning from the hospital with Mecca – and she would have liked it if she had stopped again for a photo with the girl she had rescued.
Keeney shook him.