Quick action by a cable technician helped save a child's life earlier this week.
The American Red Cross and Time Warner Cable honored the hero.
Augustin Arreguin said the best part of saving the 7-year-old is just knowing the little boy will make it.
"Just knowing that Moses is OK and I did get to him on time, soon enough. According to his mom, all the doctors were saying the odds were really stacked against him," he said.
Arreguin said he was just out doing his job. He was on a cable call when he heard screaming and sprang into action.
He said the child looked pretty bad, but he attempted CPR anyway.
That saved the child's life.
"Everyone cares. If you see a poor child laying there. He needs help, you know. Of course I'm going to help him," Arreguin said.
He said he did exactly what anyone would do, but the local Red Cross CEO Mike Bennett said the difference is he knew what to do.
"I think everybody wants to help. No one wants to just panic and run crazy from the scene, but most folks are very concerned that they'll hurt the person, because they're not sure what to do," Bennett said.
Bennett said having the right tools to save a life gives you the confidence to try.
He said Arreguin wasn't sure he could help the child he saved, but the bottom line is he knew how to try, and he did.