Savannah police officer saves the life of an infant from choking to death

Lake Charles, Louisiana
December 4, 2017 5:48pm CST
Savannah Georgia police officer William Eng is being called a hero for saving the life of a 29 year old child who was choking on Friday.. Tina Adkins who is the mother of the infant had called for help after her child was choking. Savannah-Chatham Police Officer William Eng ran up three flights of stairs to administer assistance of the young infant to perform CPR. The child was able to breathe again due to the actions of Officer Eng who according to his boss Savannah Police Chief Phillip Conrad a hero for saving the life of an infant. Adkins thanked Officer Eng for his quick thinking and saving the life of her child.
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@JohnRoberts (41098)
• Los Angeles, California
5 Dec
He is performing what he was trained to do.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
5 Dec
The officer did his job of saving a life to perfection.
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@Shavkat (47055)
• Philippines
5 Dec
It was nice that he performed well in saving another life.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
5 Dec
The guardian angel of the infant and his mom.
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@Shavkat (47055)
• Philippines
5 Dec
@Deepizzaguy They were been guided by the unseen angels. I also believed on this too.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
5 Dec
@Shavkat The officer was the closest to the apartment when the mom called 9 1 1 to report the story of her daughter choking.
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@shivamani10 (10727)
• Hyderabad, India
5 Dec
Oh..Great...Still, the police are working. Of course, there are some.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
5 Dec
The story had a great ending for Tina and her child on Friday.