Grandmother saves Frank Sinatra at birth

Frank Sinatra was 13.5 pounds at birth. The doctor had to use forceps to make it is easier to remove baby Frank.

The forceps ripped the child’s cheek, neck and his ear. And his eardrum was pierced.

Even worse, the baby wasn’t breathing and his mother wasn’t in good condition. The doctor decided to focus on the mother, thinking the baby wasn’t going to survive.

Frank’s grandmother however noticed that he wasn’t breathing. She took the baby and held him under cold water until he started breathing.

And this is how Frank survived birth.