Transcript for What parents need to know when a baby chokes
Reporter: This was M.J. Lifeless in a police officer's He's not responding. Reporter: M.J. Was choking on a cracker. The incident all caught on police body cam. It was perfect, the timing down to where, you know, where I live. The policeman being there, it just all worked out. Reporter: Eventually officers put M.J. On his back and started cpr until finally a sign of life. He is gasping. It was definitely like an out-of-body experience. I felt like I was just like watching my life fall apart in a sense. Come on, baby. Reporter: These moments where timing is everything. The officers did exactly what they were supposed to do. Those initial minutes after a toddler, a child or even a teen loses consciousness are precious and we really have to take action. You want to make sure that they're in a safe environment and check for their breathing and their pulse. Immediately call 911. If you have the skills I encourage you to start cpr. Reporter: Today little M.J. Is back to normal. Yay! It was a miracle that he, you know, is completely fine back to being M.J. Reporter: And mom able to thank the officers of the Kissimmee police department herself. It was a team effort. They all touched him and, you know, put their efforts in and worked together to save my baby. Oh, it is really important for community members to get trained in cpr, Cecilia, so we can jump in and help our lived ones or help another but the mother said she felt like she was losing it and felt like it was a surreal experience and her life was slipping away watching her baby's life possibly slip away. It was tough to watch. Positive ending to this. She said it was a team such a good reminder. It really is a community thing. Everybody jumped in right We head to rob high above new
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