A Marietta police officer is being hailed as a hero, after performing life-saving measures for three minutes to help a choking two-month-old baby breathe again. “It was a joyous experience, I’ll tell you that,” Officer Nick St. Onge said about the ordeal, as he applied chest compressions and back blows for several minutes to dislodge what was blocking little Zeona’s airway. On the evening of May 15, the baby’s grandmother called 911 after the baby started choking and turning blue while feeding on a bottle. Officer Nick St. Onge arrived at the scene quickly before paramedics. “I had a panic attack… [saying]’Come on Zeona, come back to life… breathe baby,'” said Zeona’s mother, Cianna Stovall, who tells us how she cried watching her baby in distress.