Florida deputy helps save baby's life

Erika Holt
May 11, 2018

The Ocala StarBanner reports the Marion County Sheriff's Office says in a statement that K9 Deputy Jeremie Nix saved the baby Wednesday.

An off-duty policeman in Florida, US, has been hailed a hero after dashcam footage showed him saving a baby's life.

A three-month-old baby named Kingston seemed completely lifeless and needed help.

The stunning video shows how quickly Nix made a decision to take action and direct the mother and driver to follow him.

Nechole Crowell rushed out of the vehicle with baby King and another woman got out of the driver's seat to help. After Kingston remained unresponsive, Nix took the child to a nearby hospital.

Deputy Nix delivered the child to medical personnel, who then began treating the child. That's when he put Kingston in his squad vehicle and rushed him to Ocala Regional Medical Center.

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It is unclear what kind of health emergency the baby was suffering from, but he is doing "very well" and is expected to make a full recovery, according to the sheriff's office.

"Medical doctors additionally mentioned that due to Deputy Nix's actions, child Kingston is alive immediately".

Marion County Sheriff's Deputy K9 officer Jeremie Nix saves baby's life.

"We're tremendously pleased with Deputy Nix and we will already see that he and Kingston could have a deep connection that may final a lifetime!" THANK YOU OFFICER JAY NIX FROM THE OCALA SHERIFFS OFFICE K-9 unit!

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