Elsmere Police Officers Save The Life Of 3-Month-Old Baby Not Breathing

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Elsmere, Kentucky — Bodycam footage released by Elsmere Police Department captures the moments a police officer saved a 3-month-old girl who was not breathing. Officer Brian Evans was just on his eighth day with the Elsmere Police Department when he and his partner, Officer Alexis Day, were dispatched to a report of a three-month-old baby not breathing. The two were working together because Officer Evans was still training after taking the job on April 1. Evans has prior experience as a police officer in Lexington and a firefighter too. Immediately, after Officer Evans placed the baby facedown and gently slapped her back to clear her airway, his partner Day took the baby to calm her down. Evans and Day were given the department’s Life Saving Award. Baby Kaylee is home and doing fine.

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46 thoughts on “Elsmere Police Officers Save The Life Of 3-Month-Old Baby Not Breathing

  1. I never used to be bothered by these kinda videos but now since I have a 4 month old son, hearing that baby cry after the officer finally getting her to breath got to me. Great job officers.

  2. But wait…The left says that all police are bad evil killers and need to be defunded or eliminate the police force. I doubt that you'd ever see the lamestream un-media show this and portray the police in a positive way. God bless law enforcement.

  3. Those first like 6-8 months of bringing a new baby home are so freaking scary and stressful. I was 20 and his mother was18 when my 1st son was born and I remember holding him and thinking how I was so not ready to leave that hospital with this tiny fragile newborn. I couldn't sleep when he was asleep cause I was too paranoid that he was gonna roll over and suffocate in his crib. I was OCD with checking to make sure he was still breathing like every ten min. Every time he had a fever or a cough I wanted to rush him to the ER.

  4. It's disgusting to me that you don't need even the most basic knowledge or common sense in order to produce a human baby, a minimal skill set that would have immediately solved the problem without the requirement for the police in the first place. I counted three ignorant people standing around looking like a herd of deer in the headlights. Simply ridiculous!

  5. Had to do that a few times when the kids were little. Why aren’t these parents trained in CPR, infant CPR, the Heimlich maneuver, and choking rescue! This blows my mind. These are free classes put on by hospitals, health departments, and other social services. I’m glad they cleared the obstruction and saved the baby but at what point are people going to be responsible for themselves and loved ones?

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