WESTCHESTER, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A Westchester bus driver was the right man in the right place at the right time.
Elected officials honored Bee-Line Bus driver Anthony McPhail on Friday for saving a baby earlier this year.READ MORE: Gov. Cuomo Stands To Make $5 Million From Controversial Book Deal, Tax Returns Show
McPhail was walking out of a Yonkers deli after a coffee break when he heard a woman scream her 4-month-old son was not breathing.
McPhail cleared the child’s airway, performed CPR and saved the boy’s life.Long Island Homeowners Have Had It With Utilities Tearing Up Newly Paved Roads, And With Little To No Warning, To Boot
“I’m not a hero. I just did it for the baby and the baby’s mother. If I could do it, I’d do it again and again. I’d like to thank the county and everybody else, but I’m not a hero. I just did it for the baby and the baby’s mother,” McPhail said.
He says he thought about his own grandchildren as he helped the child.
McPhail urges everyone to learn CPR.MORE NEWS: New York State To Adopt New CDC Guidelines For Vaccinated People Starting This Wednesday, Cuomo Says
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