Sgt. Michael Dario, Officer Elias Khan save life of 2-week-old in Bensonhurst

Two NYPD police officers in Brooklyn are credited with saving the life of a 2-week-old who stopped breathing. Sgt. Michael Dario and Officer Elias Khan

The officers used rescue techniques to revive the

The officers used rescue techniques to revive the baby boy.

BROOKLYN - Two NYPD police officers in Brooklyn are credited with saving the life of a 2-week-old who stopped breathing. 

Sgt. Michael Dario and Officer Elias Khan responded to a 911 call from 74th Street in Bensonhurst Sunday night. 

They noticed the baby boy was unresponsive and turning blue, and Officer Kahn immediately began giving him back thrusts while Sgt. Dario called for medical help. 

The baby began to breathe again within 10 to 15 seconds, and is listed in stable condition at the hospital. 

 

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