Dalton Officer Saves Choking Infant

Reported by: Caitlyn Jones
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Updated: 8/14 11:55 am
         A Dalton police officer saves the life of A Choking Infant And it's all thanks to a fender bender that he was able to come to the child's aid so quickly.
        While officer Michael Houck was working a small wreck on Foster street, a woman came running down the road asking for help.
        Her neighbors 7-month-old was choking.
        Officer Houck said he ran to the baby, and gave him CPR.
        "I turned the baby over like you commonly do whenever you're doing CPR, put the baby face down on my arm and then gave him back blows on his back," said Houck, "There was a carrot that fell to the ground, the baby gasped for a breath and started screaming, started breathing.">
    You can find more information on Pediatric First Aid and C-P-R here: http://www.redcross.org/images/MEDIA_CustomProductCatalog/m4240175_Pediatric_ready_reference.pdf
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