The baby was 17 months old and the brother is 2, I am hoping closer to 3.
The mom says the baby had white foam in her mouth and nose when she seen her?
Looking up more on that tomorrow but found something interesting about drowning, cpr and the heimlich maneuver that makes sense.
I need to check into this further. http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:0HpgAMfIF0cJ:html.rincondelvago.com/the-asphyxia_la-asfixia.html+what+causes+a+body+to+have+white+foam+coming+from+nose+and+mouth+after+death&cd=7&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us
"There have been numerous reported cases which state that the Heimlich Maneuver worked when all other lifesaving measures failed. In fact a Patrick Institute study found that in a series of unconscious, non-breathing pulseless drowning victims, 87% survived when the Heimlich
Maneuver was performed, whereas only 27% survived when CPR was performed without the Heimlich Maneuver. According to University of Houston Professor John Hunsucker, in a study conducted for the National Pool and Waterparks Association, that in 27 drowning incidents reported by NPWPA trained lifeguards, 24 victims responded by breathing from the Heimlich procedures alone and only three required CPR after the Heimlich was administered. "