N.Y. Cop Saves Third Life In Two Weeks
February 02, 2012
Suffolk County (N.Y.) Police Officer James Garside, who is also an emergency medical technician, has saved three people in the last two weeks.
On Tuesday, Officer Garside revived a 46-year-old Huntington woman who had a heart attack. Last week he revived a parks employee who had also had a heart attack. Two weeks ago, he revived a young man who had overdosed in his car, reports CBS News.
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BeachAngelLA @ 2/5/2012 4:26 PM
Many Thanks to Police Officer Garside in a Job Well Done for all of them. You are All appreciated for All your hard work all there.
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