Video: Ga. Cop Saves Man's Life
March 04, 2013
VIDEO: Ga. Cop Saves Man's Life
A Forest Park (Ga.) Police officer helped revive a passed-out man on the floor of a convenience store, as the man's mother nervously paced around him, reports WGRZ.
Officer Christopher Simmons used CPR to revive 41-year-old Keith Haynes who had passed out after having an asthma attack early Tuesday. Haynes' mother Linda was driving him to the hospital when he collapsed.
Linda pulled into a BP convenience store and asked Officer Simmons, who was buying a cup of coffee, for help. A video camera captured the entire incident.
Officer Simmons can be seen performing chest compressions on Haynes as he lay on the floor just inside the store's sliding glass doors. Eventually Haynes comes back to life.
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Trigger @ 3/5/2013 5:10 AM
Officer Simmons great job.
Bravo @ 3/5/2013 7:36 AM
Bravo!! I think ever LEO should be certified in CPR. Mega Kudos to the officer that acted quickly, and saved this man's life!
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