A Huntington Station family is very grateful after a couple of Suffolk County police officers came to the rescue when their baby stopped breathing.
“Newsday” reports Officers Michael Lavrovsky and Joseph Reilly responded to a call at a First Avenue home yesterday afternoon, where they found the five-month-old boy turning blue. He and his twin were being watched by a nanny, who said he started vomiting and aspirating on formula when she was giving him a bath.
The officers gave back blows to the baby and administered oxygen while rushing him to an area hospital, where a doctor was able to fully clear his throat. The baby was in stable condition last night.