By CBSBoston.com Staff

SALEM, N.H. (CBS) – Police officers in New Hampshire were reunited with a young boy they were able to save when he started choking.

Salem Police said they recently received a call “that we never want to hear over the radio.” A young boy named Zeke was choking and beginning to change color.

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Officers and Salem firefighters rushed to the scene, and Officer Cody Sharpe began performing back pats. Sharpe’s action partially dislodged the blockage, and Zeke began to gasp for air.

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Salem, N.H. police officers are reunited with a baby who they saved when he was choking. (Image Credit: Salem Police)

Sgt. Nick Tuner, firefighters, and other Salem officers soon arrived and brought Zeke to an area hospital where he made a full recovery.

Zeke’s mother brought him to be reunited with the officers on Wednesday.

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“Great to see you, Zeke, and well done Officer Sharpe!” police posted.

CBSBoston.com Staff