Two NYPD police officers are being hailed as heroes today after helping save the life of a 3-year old boy.
The incident occurred on Saturday afternoon when a man rushed up to Officer Ariel Zaremba of the 44th Precinct holding his limp 3-year old child in his arms.
The man was screaming for help, so Officer Zaremba and Officer George Lippi immediately checked the boy's pulse and airway.
They began CPR; however, when the boy's condition worsened the officers rushed him to a hospital for professional treatment.
Medical staff were able to revive the boy; however, his condition has not been released.