WOW! Baby Stops Breathing in Traffic on Highway, Woman Saves Baby's Life!

<p>Like any veteran news shutterbug, when Al Diaz spots trouble on the road he reaches for his camera.</p> <p>But when he saw a desperate woman jump out of her SUV in Miami on Thursday and scream for help as the baby in her arms turned blue, Diaz reached for help.</p> <p>The Miami Herald photographer ran among cars along the Dolphin Expressway and found a Sweetwater cop in his patrol car. Diaz told him about the baby who had stopped breathing.</p> <p>"As a photojournalist you want to capture these images, but as a human being you want to get help," Diaz told the Daily News on Thursday night.</p> <p>The officer, Amauris Bastidasy, and Diaz raced over to the distraught woman, Pamela Rauseo, 37. The cop took over the CPR effort on Rauseo's nephew, 5-month-old Sebastian de la Cruz, from Lucila Godoy, 34, another motorist who had stopped to help.</p> <p>Together, Bastidasy, and Godoy got the baby breathing. And then to their horror, Sebastian stopped breathing again.</p> <p>More emergency responders had arrived, including Miami-Dade Fire Rescue's hazardous-materials unit.</p> <p>"Everybody got there in seconds, it seemed," Diaz said.</p> <p>Godoy and the emergency workers started another round of CPR and got little Sebastian breathing before emergency responders arrived to take him to a hospital. Rauseo said the child had been born prematurely and suffered breathing problems.</p> <p>The baby was taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital in stable condition.</p>