An NYPD officer is credited with saving the life of a one-year-old baby in Washington Heights on Sunday, WABC reported. Police were called to 181st Street in Manhattan with a report of an unconscious baby. When Officer Thomas Dunn arrived, he was approached by a firefighter with the limp baby in his arms. Dunn, a former EMT, placed the child on the trunk of his patrol car and performed CPR. The child immediately began gasping for breath. He was
transported to Columbia Presbyterian in stable condition and released later to his mother. Police said the child is doing well.