Man: I need an ambulance right now. I have a baby over here…and the baby it’s not moving, it’s not reacting to anything.
Operator: Is it breathing?
Man: I can’t tell.
Operator: Okay I need you to look at the baby’s chest for me.
Operator: Do you see his chest going up and down?
Man: Hold on…no.
Man: I don’t think so.
Operator: Alright…how old is the baby sir?
Man: …it turned a year.
Operator: A year?
Operator: Alright. Lay flat on his back for me.
Man: Lay flat on his back…yeah.
Operator: Don’t…below his neck.
Man: …vomit in his mouth baby. She threw up earlier…
Operator: The baby is not breathing right?
Man: I’m pretty sure, I don’t know.
Operator: No, no, no…
Man: Is the baby breathing honey? I can’t see if she’s breathing or not.
Operator: Get your hand on the baby’s forehead for me.
Man: Get your hand on the baby’s forehead honey.
Operator: …under his neck.
Man: …put his head back.
Operator: Put his head back….
Man: …baby’s mouth.
Operator: Is there any air coming out?
Man: Give him mouth to mouth.
Man: Okay…mouth to mouth. Vomit is coming out.
Man: Keep your finger in his mouth hun.
Man: Take a regular breath…
Operator: About a second each.
Man: A second each.
Man: And do what?
Operator: …did you do the breath for me?
Amanda Brumfield: I did.
Operator: Okay, now do a chest compression okay?
Amanda Brumfield: Okay.
Operator: …put your hand on the chest bone between the nipples…
Amanda Brumfield: Right.
Operator: …pump his chest 30 times.
Amanda Brumfield: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30.
Operator: Now…tilt his head back…
Amanda Brumfield: There’s nothing.
Operator: That’s okay ma’am…pump his chest again.
Amanda Brumfield: Okay.
Operator: …until we get there.
Man: How far away is the ambulance?
Operator: We’re getting help up there sir…pump the baby’s chest.
Man: Check if he’s breathing…
Operator: Pump the baby’s chest 30 times.
Man: Vomit is still coming out.
Amanda Brumfield: Olivia! Olivia!
Operator: …does the baby have any medical problems?
Man: Not that we know of no. Okay the ambulance guys are here. Side door! …
Operator: The ambulance is there?
Man: Police not the ambulance…
Operator: Need you to keep doing CPR for me.
Man: Don’t stop doing CPR.
Man: The police officers are doing it now.
Man: ….the policemen are administering CPR now.
Operator: …no medical history at all.
Man: No, no medical history no problems.
Operator: …okay we’re on our way there…
Man: Very good.
Man: I keep doing that.
Man: …about an hour ago. Laid down about an hour ago and now I just got home…I’m a restaurant manager at…work and I walked in…paramedics get here soon, we don’t know what’s going on. Paramedics on the way?
Operator: Paramedics are on the way sir.
Man: Oh my god what is going on?
Amanda Brumfield: I don’t know.
Man: There’s a fire truck here and now the ambulance is showing up now too.
Man: Alright thank you.
Operator: Your welcome sir.
Amanda Brumfield, Billy Bob Thornton's estranged daughter, and her husband call 911 trying to get their daughter Olivia Garcia to breathe again. Amanda Brumfield claims that Olivia Garcia fell from her play pen and acted normally afterwards and noticed her limp child after taking a nap.