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  • Writer's pictureDr. Steven Horwitz

"Immediately I knew something wasn't right,"

A Lansing mother said she woke up at 4 a.m. to find her infant daughter had stopped breathing. Doctors said that what she did after that saved the baby's life.

"She was a perfectly healthy 7-week-old baby, nothing wrong with her and then she has a heart attack," said mother, Angela Luneau.

Angela Luneau found Everleigh gasping for air.

"Immediately I knew something wasn't right," she said.

Angela Luneau said she called 911, but before she could get help, she said that Everleigh stopped breathing.

"I started CPR on her," she said.

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