Four lives saved by CPR

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Earning CPR certification is a simple step you can take to help your community stay safe and healthy. Every day across the country, people survive emergency situations thanks to certified friends, family and even perfect strangers. Below are a few of the stories of those whose lives were saved by CPR certified individuals. We hope these life-saving stories will inspire you to sign up today. Contact MGA Academy to get started.

‘The most terrifying thing I’ve ever done:’ Mom trained in CPR saves son’s life

KomoNews.com | January 2018 | by Kristin Drew

PORT ORCHARD, Wash. – A Port Orchard mom, who was trained in CPR, saved her son’s life during an emergency in November, and now she’s on a mission to get other people certified.

“The most terrifying thing I’ve ever done was CPR on my 4-year-old,” said Stephanie Lentell whose actions saved her son. Read more…

Family lauds rookie police officer for using CPR to save Bronx baby’s life

Daily News New York | January 1, 2018, 7:30 PM | By Micah Danney and John Annese

The light of a new dad’s life will shine in the new year thanks to a rookie police officer’s life-saving efforts.

Officer Joshua Jiminez helped resuscitate an unconscious 5-month-old Bronx boy who fell desperately ill last week, police said. Read more…

Body cam shows officer performing CPR to save newborn

Associated Press | PoliceOne.com | December 5, 2017

SAVANNAH, Ga. — Savannah police are crediting an officer with saving the life of a choking newborn baby by racing to her apartment and then using chest compressions to restart the infant’s breathing

Dramatic video from an officer’s body-worn camera shows the infant’s desperate mother, Tina Adkins, holding her unresponsive 29-day-old baby on Friday. Savannah-Chatham police Officer William Eng raced up three flights of stairs to perform CPR. Read more…

Third grader uses CPR to save unconscious mom

Fox News | September 8, 2017 | By

A third grader was recognized by his school on Thursday for his heroic actions that helped to save his mother’s life. Dimitri Meram, of San Carlos, California, quickly administered CPR recently after his mother, who was not identified, hit her head on a car door and fell unconscious, Fox 5 San Diego reported.

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