CHICAGO (CBS) — After helping revive a baby who was born premature and unresponsive, two Chicago police officers have been named the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation’s officers of the month.

Ogden District Field Training Officer Mark Palozzolo and a new recruit, Officer Maritza Bautista, responded to a 911 call of an infant girl who wasn’t breathing on June 12.

“The woman had just given birth during her 34th week of pregnancy,” said Phil Cline, executive director of the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation. “The officers found the woman inside a tiny bathroom, holding an unresponsive newborn.”

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