Passengers helped save a baby who stopped breathing during a US Airways flight from Tampa to Phoenix on Tuesday.

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William La Jeunesse reported on the best story of the day. Passengers and a qualified medic on board were quick to respond to the mother’s plea for help. The baby appeared purple, one witness described.

Garrett Goodwin, the medic on the flight, gave the baby chest compression and rescue breathing.

“Absolutely, you’re scared. But your training kicks in,” Goodwin said. “I was at the right place at the right time. […] I hope anybody with any amount of training would have done that.”

One woman called it the "miracle on Flight 678" and said, “When we heard the baby cry, it was a teary moment for everybody.”  

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