Cop Who Saved Choking Infant is Asked to Be Her Godfather

Cop Who Saved Choking Infant is Asked to Be Her Godfather

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This dispatch call was just like any other until it lead to an extraordinary rescue that would change Lieutenant Kenneth Knox’s life forever.

The Lieutenant was called to a home in Meriwether, Georgia where an infant child named Ma’Yavi Parham was choking on a piece of cereal.

Even though the parents had tried CPR, she was turning blue and fading fast.

Knox quickly resorted to reverse CPR and – after a lot of suspense – managed to dislodge the piece of food from her throat.

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“She smiled at me for a second and then starting crying, which was music to my ears,” Knox wrote on Facebook. “Out of my 25 years being a cop, this is my greatest and most profound accomplishment and it made every second of those 25 years worth it all. I am forever humbled and changed by this.”

Ma’Yavi’s parents were so grateful, they asked if they would be her godfather, which Knox joyously accepted.

“Ma’Yavi Parham, my precious angel… I swear I will forever be your guardian and love you with all my heart. I will be there for your first day, when you graduate school AND COLLEGE, and even what ever you want”

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