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The Frost family was enjoying a wonderful reunion at a California beach when they suddenly spotted something distressing. It was a mother, distraught with her hands on her head and frantically looking all over the place.
She lost her little boy.
Stuart Frost said the most alarming thing was that even though the mom was near 50 people when her 3-year-old went missing, no one was helping her. So the whole Frost family (about 30 people) stepped in to assist in her frantic search all over the beach.
Then Stuart, his twin brother Steve, and his nephew Jesse Martin noticed that the young kids in the family had started digging holes in the sand where the tot was last seen. This gave the three men an idea--dig deeper.
Stuart said, “We started digging, and Jesse found this little boy, Brooks, and pulled him out. He was ash grey, he was dead. He was dead.”
Or at least that's what they thought. While the mother was beside herself, the men began to administer CPR to the boy. Within minutes he was breathing on his own again, and soon he was screaming for his mom.
Apparently, the child had been digging a 3-foot hole in the sand, and it had collapsed on him. Thankfully, a medical examination later showed that he would be just fine.
Stuart said, “One of the neat things about the story is that later that day, the family came over and showed us a picture of him laughing and smiling and doing okay. It was truly a miracle.”