Flight 678 departed from Tampa International Airport and was heading to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. As the plane approached Houston, pilots were alerted to a medical emergency on board: a baby stopped breathing and turned purple.
Fortunately, two passengers with medical training were able to quickly respond to the frightening situation.
As the pilots prepared to divert the plane, the heroes performed CPR on the child.
"I did chest compressions, cleared his mouth, gave him some rescue breathing, stimulated him. He came back around," said Garrett Goodwin, one of good Samaritans who helped save the baby boy's life.
Goodwin teaches CPR for a living.
"Absolutely you're scared, but your training kicks in. I was at the right place at the right time with the right experienced training and I hope anybody with any amount of trainingRead More »from Passengers save baby boy who stopped breathing on US Airways flight