VIDEO: SC police officer saves 4-month-old girl choking on medicine

BELTON, S.C. — The miraculous moment a South Carolina police officer saved a baby's life was captured on video.

The Belton Police Department said officers were responding to a cardiac arrest call but then found a 4-month-old girl who could not breathe.

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When Cpl. Derrall Foster found the baby choking on medicine, he immediately turned the child over on her stomach and, after a few firm pats, she was able to breathe on her own again.

The entire rescue lasted less than a minute.

(WATCH BELOW to see footage of the officer's quick thinking)

Despite being called a hero by the community, Foster insists he was just doing his job.

Foster recommended that everyone should get certified in CPR, so they're prepared for any emergency.