Baby returns home after months of specialized care, initial lifesaving efforts given by local fire crew

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COURTESY: HUMBOLDT BAY FIRE (KIEM)

EUREKA, Calif. (KIEM)-A baby discovered unconscious by fire personnel is back home with his family in Eureka after months of specialized care in San Francisco.

Humboldt Bay Fire received a call on Christmas Eve of a reported 7-month-old baby boy lying on the ground, pale, not breathing, and without a pulse.

Advanced life support methods were performed on baby Phoenix until an ambulance arrived – he then was immediately taken to the hospital.

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With continued CPR Baby Phoenix’s heart rate stabilized and regained a pulse.

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Engineer Brett Egbert, responsible for driving engine 8113 to the incident, says quick response helped save the baby’s life.

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It was joint team effort by Fire Captain and Paramedic John Goodman, Firefighter Logan Bongio and Engineer Egbert.

The family has set up a GoFundMe page, those who’d like to donate click here.