Deputy Jeremie Nix had just wrapped up his shift with the Marion County Sheriff’s Department in Ocala, Florida, and was heading home in his patrol car when he was flagged down by a frantic woman in another car.
The woman told the deputy that her baby, Kingston, wasn’t breathing and she needed help. Deputy Nix immediately pulled his patrol car around and over to the side of the road.
After calling in the emergency to his dispatch so medics could be sent, he immediately got out and started working on the 3-month-old, who was unresponsive and barely breathing. The deputy tried for just a minute or so to revive little Kingston, but it wasn’t working.
So, while running with the baby back to his car, he alerted dispatch that he was not going to wait on medics, that he was half a mile from a hospital’s emergency room and was transporting the little boy to there himself.
Seconds later, Deputy Nix was speeding toward the emergency room with lights and siren running. Doctors were able to bring the little boy around, and said he would make a full recovery.
Although it’s not clear what happened to Kingston, the doctors said the boy is alive today because of the deputy’s actions. Kingston’s mom, Nechole Crowell, praised Deputy Nix and God for saving her son.
We are sure you enjoyed the above story… watch for more: https://youtu.be/85be2ithMNI?t=177