A five-month-old baby is in stable condition today, thanks to the lifesaving efforts of complete strangers.
On Thursday afternoon, westbound traffic on Miami's Dolphin Expressway was at a standstill. A woman on the side of the road started screaming for help. She was holding an unconscious baby.
Pamela Rauseo, 37, was begging drivers to help her 5-month-old nephew, Sebastian de la Cruz. He wasn't breathing.
"I pulled over on the left, and I jumped to the back to check up on him, and he was out, he was sleeping, and I touched him to stimulate him. I got no response, so I took him out of his car seat and he was completely limp and turning purple. I tried to call 911, but I was just so nervous my hands wouldn't function," she told CNN.
It wasn't long before a team of compassionate strangers gathered to help revive the little boy.
Lucila Godoy, 34, left her toddler son in the car to help Rauseo perform CPR.
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