Tony Calvillo, left, and Mike Spicer teamed to bring a baby back to life – twice – after the boy and his family were involved in a Visalia traffic accident Saturday morning.
Tony Calvillo, left, and Mike Spicer teamed to bring a baby back to life – twice – after the boy and his family were involved in a Visalia traffic accident Saturday morning. Roy Dressel Photography (Calvillo), courtesy Mike Spicer Special to The Bee
Tony Calvillo, left, and Mike Spicer teamed to bring a baby back to life – twice – after the boy and his family were involved in a Visalia traffic accident Saturday morning. Roy Dressel Photography (Calvillo), courtesy Mike Spicer Special to The Bee

Baby brought back to life, twice, by men who stopped at Visalia crash

November 25, 2015 05:19 PM

UPDATED November 26, 2015 09:31 AM

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