Dramatic bodycam footage shows NJ Transit Police save newborn baby

Dramatic bodycam footage shows NJ Transit Police save newborn baby

July 17, 2020

Dramatic bodycam video captures the frantic moments New Jersey Transit Police scrambled to save the life of a newborn baby girl in Newark Penn Station.

The clip begins as officers entered the women’s restroom at 10 a.m. Tuesday, and found a woman in a stall crading the infant in her arms.

The baby was not breathing and was gray in color, cops said.

Officer Bryan Richards started chest compressions, but the baby still showed no signs of life, police said.

Richards rushed the baby to a police cruiser and as Officer Alberto Nunes drove, with sirens blaring, to University Hospital.

The baby finally let out a cry about a minute before the officers pulled up to the hospital.

“Here we go,” Richards said. “Good girl.”

Cops said that the baby “began to breathe and is currently doing well.”

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