A parking officer rushed to help a driver suffering from heart attack with CPR. The parking enforcement officer, Jason Vickers was on the job when he came across a vehicle that appeared to be stuck in Burnaby. As it turned out, there was a man inside suffering a heart attack.
Rapid delivery of CPR
Vickers jumped into action, calling 911 and performing CPR until the emergency responders arrived at the scene.
According to Vickers, they removed the man and quickly administered CPR. It was around 5 minutes until the Burnaby firefighters arrived and took over the scene. The driver was stabilized and transported to a healthcare facility.
Enroll in a first aid course today
A heart attack can occur without warning. Prompt delivery of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) can save a life during emergencies. Enroll in a first aid course today to learn this life-saving technique that will surely come in handy during emergencies.
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