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PHOTOS: Aunt Revives Baby Alongside Busy Highway

NBC NEWS -- A woman driving on a Florida expressway pulled over screaming for help when her 5-month-old nephew stopped breathing on Thursday afternoon.
Pamela Rauseo performs CPR on her nephew. At right is Lucila Godoy, who stopped her car to assist in the rescue. At left is Sweetwater, Fla., officer Amauris Bastidas, who also stopped to aid the baby.
Pamela Rauseo performs CPR on her nephew. At right is Lucila Godoy, who stopped her car to assist in the rescue. At left is Sweetwater, Fla., officer Amauris Bastidas, who also stopped to aid the baby.
Sweetwater officer Amauris Bastidas helps rescue a five-month-old baby boy, Sebastian de la Cruz, who stopped breathing. At center, the baby's aunt, Pamela Rauseo. At right is Lucila Godoy who stopped her car to assist in the rescue.
Sweetwater officer Amauris Bastidas helps rescue a five-month-old baby boy, Sebastian de la Cruz, who stopped breathing. At center, the baby's aunt, Pamela Rauseo. At right is Lucila Godoy who stopped her car to assist in the rescue.
Pamela Rauseo reacts after performing CPR on her nephew.
Pamela Rauseo reacts after performing CPR on her nephew.
NBC NEWS -- A woman driving on a Florida expressway pulled over screaming for help when her 5-month-old nephew stopped breathing on Thursday afternoon.

Motorists stuck in traffic rushed to help Pamela Rauseo, above, perform CPR on her nephew, Sebastian de la Cruz, on the Dolphin Expressway in Miami, according to The Miami Herald. Herald photographer Al Diaz was behind Rauseo and helped get the attention of a police officer who aided in resuscitation efforts. The baby boy was taken to a hospital, where he was listed as stable.

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