A man saved a baby Tuesday, Sept. 2nd, in Washington through a smartphone app that alerted him the emergency.
“I looked at it and it said CPR needed and it gave the address,” Olson, who is also a emergency medical technician volunteer, said.
“This guy just came out of nowhere and just scooped the baby up and really knew what he was doing which was such a blessing to all of us,” Lesley Reckord, the store clerk, said.
Olson performed CPR on the one-month-old baby, who stopped breathing and turned blue, and saved the infant before paramedics arrived.
“I don’t think I’ve ever done CPR on an infant before or even rescue breathing and when I got done I shook for about ten minutes,” Olson said.
This was the the first time a person saved a life through the Pulse Point alert in Spokane.
Photo Credit: Pulse Point
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