Officer Responds To Grandma’s Frantic Call And Saves Unresponsive Baby

A police sergeant in Yukon, Oklahoma, responded to a frantic call by a grandma of a baby who was choking from having gripe water for an upset stomach.


Officer Clay Rush, immediately responded to the call for help. He jumped out of his car quickly and grabbed the baby, held him upside down and gave several heavy pats on his back until he started to breathe again.

The entire incident was captured on the officers body-cam and the grandma could be heard panicking and crying, feeling helpless but later calmed down as her grandson was able to breathe again because of the officer’s timely actions.