A normal night on the job quickly turned into a life-changing experience for a Georgia sheriff’s lieutenant in Meriwether County in late September. Lt. Kenneth Knox answered a call to a house where a two-month old infant was choking. The parents had already attempted CPR, but the baby remained unresponsive. Upon arrival, Lt. Knox immediately performed reverse CPR on the infant, dislodging an object in her throat and ultimately saving her life.
The family was so touched by Lt. Knox’s quick thinking and heroism that they asked him to be the baby’s godfather – a title he was honored to accept. This story is just one example of the positive impact police officers are making in their local communities every day.
Source: Fox News