(FOX NEWS INSIDER) - A Florida police deputy sprang into action to save a toddlers life this week, Abby Huntsman reported.
Deputy Steve Donaldson was inside a tax collector's office in Tampa when a 15-month-old boy stopped breathing.
Donaldson immediately came to the boy's aid and rendered CPR.
The child soon began to breathe again and Donaldson was hailed as a hero.
"I'd rather approach a gang of bank robbers than do CPR on an infant," Donaldson said, noting that he was probably "more scared than the mother was."