Good Samaritans in Texas worked together to rescue an infant and toddler from an overturned vehicle trapped in a torrent of flood water on Saturday (April 29).
According to WFAA-TV, a man found the overturned truck after tornadoes had struck near Canton, Texas.
And yet, my heart is filled with so much joy thinking about all those awesome people who stopped at the sight of an overturned vehicle - not knowing a baby and toddler were trapped inside - to lend a hand and be so relentless to free those children.
The man who shot the video said the baby was limp and appeared to be turning bluish-gray when pulled from the vehicle.
"Well, the first prayer she said, I felt a response in that child", Mitchell told the station. "No reaction, nothing is happening".
Then a woman began fervently praying over Mitchell's shoulder.
WFAA-8 reports that Mitchell wasn't strong enough to enter the floodwaters on his own, so he filmed the rescue. As the video goes black you can hear the baby cry out as a woman prays, "In the name of Jesus, let him breathe Lord!"
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"Dear Jesus, please let this baby breathe."
"There's no debt in the world that I could repay them", she said.
"When they said they are breathing, I said, 'Please, let me have my babies, let them be in my arms", Emily Ocheltree said.
Heroic motorists risked their own lives to rescue a baby and a toddler from a flooded vehicle during deadly tornadoes in Texas. His sister Addy is still being treated, but is in stable condition.
When asked why he made a decision to share the video, Mitchell said it showed how community and strangers all come together. He recorded the dramatic moments following the rollover as bystanders rushed to free the trapped children as the fast-moving floodwaters continued to rise. They plan on taking her breathing tube out soon to see if she can breathe unassisted.
The Ocheltrees were driving near Myrtle Springs on Saturday, not far from an area just hit by deadly tornadoes.
In a posting on social media Sunday from a local hospital, the father of the children said he and his infant son are doing much better.