Framingham Police Save Two Month Old Struggling To Breathe

Photo: Framingham Police Dept.

FRAMINGHAM (WBZNewsRadio) - Police in Framingham are applauding parents and an officer who jumped into action Wednesday night, saving a two month old struggling the breathe.

Surveillance video from inside the Framingham Police Department shows frantic parents running into the lobby with their baby struggling to breathe around 6 p.m.. Officer Ryan Porter, who serves as a CPR Instructor for the department immediately evaluated the infant.

When the infant stopped breathing, Officer Porter delivered a series of back blows, which cleared an obstruction and allowed the infant to breathe.

"This happy outcome is a credit to the fast actions of the parents and Officer Porter. Well done!" Police wrote on Twitter.

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