(City of Hillsboro ) comments A Beaverton-based job coach was honored Tuesday with a life-saving award for his role in resuscitating a 5-month-old girl who stopped breathing at a Hillsboro library last month. On the morning of July 1, Nathaniel Davis had just finished working with an employee at the Hillsboro Public Library, off Northeast Brookwood Parkway, when he heard a woman yell, “My baby is dying!” medical office interview attirein the parking lot, said Bruce Montgomery, a Hillsboro Fire & Rescue spokesman. She was with two others and appeared to be panicking, Montgomery said. This SiteDavis rushed over to the woman, who was on the phone with a 911 operator. He took the phone and told the dispatcher that he was going to begin CPR. He then positioned the infant on the trunk of a car and performed chest compressions and rescue breaths to resuscitate her, Montgomery said. When firefighters arrived shortly after 9:05 a.m., they took over CPR efforts, and the girl was taken to the hospital. “He did a great job just stepping up and taking over,” Montgomery said of Davis. Montgomery did not know what became of the girl or her family.
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