New York Police Department officers save a child from dying
Lake Charles, Louisiana
October 10, 2021 4:52pm CST
New York Police Department (NYPD) officers Bryant Blake and Dylan Lynch answered a distress call from a mother who needed their assistance to take her one year old child who was suffering from seizures in his mother's home in East New York City last weekend. NYPD Sergeant Kyle Barnett who was with the two other police officers knew that he had to do something since the child's mother pleaded with the police officer to what they could to save her child who is male. Sergeant Barnett knew that seconds counted to get the child to a local hospital as soon as possible. The sergeant then instructed all police officers to block off the area so he and his two fellow officers could take the child and the mom to Brookdale Hospital which was two miles away since the ambulance had not arrived yet. I do not know if Sergeant Barnett is a dad or not. However since all police officers are trained to use CPR to save lives at the police academy. the sergeant used CPR on the one year child in the back seat of the squad car while his two partners would race to the hospital in Brooklyn to see if they could arrive in time to save the child. The best part of this story is when Sergeant Barnett arrived at the hospital with the boy and handed him to the doctor who gave the sergeant the good news that the boy is going to be safe. It is my pleasure to report the good deeds that police officers do in using teamwork and wisdom to save the life of a stranger without asking for rewards.
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