UNDATED (CBS) -- A baby boy is recovering at a Florida hospital this morning after a dramatic roadside rescue. The scene stopped traffic on one of Miami's busiest expressways and it was all captured by a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer.
You could see Pamela Rauseo cradles her nephew Sebastian and gives him a round of CPR, on the side of the Dolphin Expressway.
Beside her is Lucilla Godoy, who had given the 5-month-old mouth to mouth just moments before.
Al Diaz, a photographer for the Miami Herald captured these stunning images. He said, "I look up and a woman pops out of her car and started screaming my baby can't breathe, my baby can't breathe. Call 911."
Diaz was driving on the expressway, and pulled over when he saw the commotion. He said, "I ran out into traffic looking for help someone that would know CPR so that's when Lucilla Godoy popped out of her car."
Godoy was able to resuscitate Sebastian but moments later he stopped breathing. Godoy and a police officer sprang back into action. Godoy said, "I was just trying to help. I wasn't thinking, really; .I was just holding the baby like it was my baby...I did what I thought I would do if my baby was in that situation."
Godoy and Rauseo stood alongside first responders making sure Sebastian was safe. Diaz said, "The hero is Lucilla and the baby's aunt." Godoy said, "I'm not a hero, I just did what you would have done I'm sure...//if you were there...and you see what I saw...you would have stopped I'm sure."
Friday morning Sebastian is in stable condition. He was born prematurely, and with respiratory problems.
Before picking up his camera the Miami Herald photographer found a police officer and brought him to the scene.