The eldest of three women held captive in the Cleveland 'house of horrors' has told police how she had to give a fellow captive's newborn daughter CPR as their alleged abductor threatened to kill them.
Michelle Knight, now 32, says she saved the life of Amanda Berry's daughter after she was born by giving her the kiss of life.
The girl, named Jocelyn, was not breathing and Castro allegedly told her that if the baby died, he would kill her mother.
The report goes into detail on the harrowing minutes Knight battled to save Jocelyn's life after the girl was born in an inflatable pool.
It said Castro stood over them as the girl was delivered. It is not known what - if any - medical supplies were used during the birth six years ago.
She said that she put her mouth to Jocelyn's and 'breathed for her' - to save both their lives.
After saving the infant's life, Knight was told to clean up the mess.
The New York Times reported that each of the women were given a cake to celebrate their respective 'abduction days' in a sickening ritual that replaced their birthdays.
The shocking treatment endured by the women for more than a decade was revealed in a leaked police report containing the statements of Michelle, Amanda and Gina DeJesus.
The report details how Castro initially held all three women chained up in the basement, but later allowed them to live together on the second floor after years in captivity.
On the two occasions they were allowed out into the daylight, they were taken out into the backyard, but were heavily disguised with wigs and sunglasses.
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