AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (CBS DETROIT) — An off-duty officer sprung into action, administering CPR to save a toddler’s life at Great Lakes Crossing.

18-month-old Vivienne was seizing and stopped breathing moments before Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputy Rocky Hensley stepped in to give her CPR.

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Credit: Genesee County Sheriff’s Office

“It was instinct, my training kicked in right away,” said Hensley.

Hensley said after about 30 compressions, Vivienne took a deep breath and started crying.

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Vivienne was transported to the hospital and later diagnosed with severe influenza and a double ear infection.

She’s recovered since the incident and is with her family in the Grand Rapids area.

Credit: Genesee County Sheriff’s Office

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