After spotting two women running through the Southside Community Center parking lot with a baby, recreation preschool teacher, Tiffany Roth, and summer camp recreation leader Tyler Roth, along with a preschooler’s parent, Nicole Hernandez, acted swiftly to save the life of the newborn. After calling 911, the Roths and Hernandez performed CPR on the baby who was choking on formula. The newborn become alert and gained her color shortly before EMS arrived. Department of Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services staff receive CPR training as part of their Health and Safety standard. For more information, please contact Neil Rufino, PRNS Deputy Director, at 408-535-3572.