Detroit police officers helped save the life of an unresponsive baby Saturday.
The parents of the girl had rushed their daughter to the Detroit Police Department's 5th Precinct, WDIV-TV reports. The child was unresponsive and had a 103-degree fever.
Body camera footage captured an officer checking the girl's airway and performing chest compressions. When the child remained unresponsive, the officers rushed her to the hospital in a department vehicle.
On the ride to the hospital, the girl finally became responsive.
“Our fellow officers, it was a team effort, they blocked traffic to ensure that the child could make it to the hospital and get medical attention,” Officer Eric McCombs said.