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Sudbury Police helped to save a baby's life after stepping in to assist ambulance services.

The Neighbourhood Response Team was called out last night after they received a 999 call from parents who had found their child not breathing.

Ambulance crews could not attend so police were asked to step in to help.

Police had to step in last night.
Police had to step in last night.

A post on the Sudbury and Haverhill Police Facebook page said: "Officers from NRT4 stepped up and aided this amazing mum and dad in performing CPR.

"I'm so pleased to report that the baby regained a strong pulse and East Anglian Ambulance took over.

"Love and best wishes go to this young family from all at Sudbury Police."

The baby is currently stable and being ventilated at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge.

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