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Police and Law Enforcement Home  >  Top Cops  >  Ewing Officers Perform CPR on Baby, Baby Okay

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Ewing Officers Perform
CPR on Baby, Baby Okay






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Friday, February 24
, 2012 8:57 a.m.

No call mobilizes a patrol squad more than a report of a child not breathing.

Ewing officers Jason Ulrich and Lalena Lamson along with Sgt. Joseph Smith took such a call this past Wednesday with a three-month-old infant.

Upon arriving at the residence, they found the baby breathing but with great difficulty, heavily congested, and it appeared that there was fluid in the baby's lungs.

From The Times:

Lamson had been an EMT in Jersey City, and she determined the officers should start taking the baby to Capital Health Medical Center – Hopewell immediately. Smith drove the patrol car, with Lamson inside giving the baby occasional rescue breaths.

With Smith on the radio, the officers were able to arrange for a Hopewell ambulance to meet them on Pennington Road near Bull Run. The infant was transferred to the ambulance crew, who were able to open the baby’s airway as they raced to the hospital.

The baby is now doing fine, and the family is, presumably, very grateful.

Some calls aren't black and white.  It's not like the movies where the ambulance is there before the police.  "Do we transport ourselves or wait for the rig?" is tough call for a sergeant.  You just want to get it right. 

These Ewing officers did. recognizes Ewing officers Jason Ulrich, Lalena Lamson, and Sgt. Joseph Smith.







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