CPR Saves Life of Man At Track Meet

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Being in the right place at the right time shows that the proper training can result in CPR saving a life. An 81-year-old man collapsed while at a track meet, fell, and rolled down a few steps. An off-duty fireman just happened to be in the crowd and rushed to the man’s aid. The man was suffering full cardiac arrest and wasn’t breathing. The off-duty fireman started chest compressions and was joined by another off-duty fireman who happened to be a CPR instructor.

Through their actions, the 81-year-old man survived. This shows that through proper training and immediate bystander action CPR saves lives.

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