The sheriff’s assistant rescued the panting baby, and a year later became her godfather

A year ago, an assistant sheriff from South Carolina stopped a driver for speeding – not knowing that this would save the life of a newborn baby

Seeing that the girl sitting in the car was suffocating, William Kimbrough did not lose a second. He managed to quickly reanimate the child, who at that time was only 12 days old, with the help of cardiopulmonary resuscitation and put it in the safe hands of doctors – but this did not end their story.

Kimbro and the young Riley family stayed in touch all year. The man even attended the baby’s first birthday — and last week, the girls gave him a special surprise. Looking at the postcard that Riley’s parents gave, Kimbro saw the fateful question: “Will you become my godfather?” “My jaw just dropped,” recalls William, “and then I turned, looked at Riley, who was sitting on my grandmother’s lap, and said: Yes, a thousand times.” June 11, 2019 forever changed the lives of Riley and William, making them a family – and Kimbrough does not get tired to thank fate for this. “That day there were another 6 or 7 streets that I could patrol. As the saying goes, all the will of God. “