Cops Saves Newborn Baby’s Life With An Eye Dropper

Kathrine Leonard was at home and a construction worker was doing some necessary repairs. Unexpectedly Kathrine went into labor and prepared to deliver her baby on the bathroom floor. The worker helped and called 911. At first, things were going well until the baby arrived. But the baby was not breathing and within minutes police officers  Steven Golub and Devin Humphries arrived to help. Golub said baby is turning blue and we had to get baby breathing. Immediately Humphries asked something for suction and all they could be found was an eye dropper. He wisely used it to clear the baby’s airway by putting into the mouth and nose. Then he tapped and flipped her back over again. Moments later baby Juliette started to breathe and that was a celebration for all of them. They took her to a local hospital and both mom and baby made a full recovery. Kathrine expressed her  love and gratitude to the officers.

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