New Canaan Police Officer Saves Life Of 4-Month-Old Baby

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A New Canaan Police officer is set to receive a medal after reportedly saving a baby who was having difficulty breathing, according to New Canaan News. Photo Credit: File Photo

NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- A New Canaan Police officer will receive a medal after saving a baby who was having difficulty breathing, according to New Canaan News.

Officer Ronald Bentley Jr. arrived at a home on Jan. 13 and found parents holding a 4-month-old "upside down trying to clear his airway," according to the report. Bentley rubbed the baby's sternum and then rolled the baby over to administer back blows, causing the baby to vomit and dislodge an obstruction, according to the report. 

Read the full story here at the New Canaan News website. 

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