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N.J. Officer Revives Infant

June 06, 2012  | 

A Pleasantville Township (N.J.) Police Department captain is being hailed as a hero, after performing CPR on a choking infant and getting her breathing again.

Capt. Jose Ruiz was driving with his wife off-duty in Egg Harbor Township when he spotted a woman with a child that didn't look right. He pulled over and began CPR on the infant, reviving the 2-year-old girl.

Egg Harbor officers arrived at the scene and helped the captain revive the child, reports the Press of Atlantic City.

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