Dramatic body cam video of Sandusky officer performing CPR, saving infant

Published: Jul. 22, 2019 at 10:04 PM EDT
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A very intense scene was caught on camera when a Sandusky police officer performed CPR on a three-week old child, saving a life.

The officer, Evan Estep, performed CPR on the infant after the mother said the baby stopped breathing.

His body camera captured the whole thing, as the officer performed chest compressions over and over until the infant gasps for air.

First responders continued CPR in the ambulance to the hospital.

The mother says her son, Teyvin Strauder, was diagnosed with haemophilus.

The baby will be transferred to a Cleveland Hospital on Tuesday, where he will remain for treatment for several weeks.