By Mary Kekatos For Dailymail.com
Published: 17:47 BST, 12 July 2019 | Updated: 20:35 BST, 12 July 2019
Dramatic bodycam footage has captured a South Carolina deputy saving the life of a newborn baby during a traffic stop.
Deputy William Kimbro, of the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office, says he was on patrol on June 11 in Summerville when he stopped a car that was speeding.
One of the passengers told Kimbro that they were rushing a 12-day-old infant named Ryleigh to the hospital because she had stopped breathing after drinking a bottle.
That's when the deputy jumped into action and started performing first aid to get the baby breathing again.
Deputy Will Kimbro pulled over a car for speeding in Summerville, South Carolina, on June 11. Passengers told Kimbro that they were rushing a 12-day-old baby named Ryleigh (left and right) to the hospital who stopped breathing after drinking a bottle
The deputy started performing first aid on the infant until EMS arrived about five minutes later. Pictured: Deputy William