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Fla. Trooper, Miami Officer Save Man After Crash

February 24, 2014  | 

A Florida Highway Patrol Trooper, with the help of a Miami Beach police officer, saved a man’s life Saturday after responding to a single-car crash and finding the man without a pulse and not breathing, the Miami Herald reports.

The FHP trooper, Yudiel Santana, responded to the crash on the eastbound State Road I-195 and the North Miami Avenue exit ramp just after noon Saturday.

Santana pulled the man from the car and began CPR. A few minutes later, Miami Beach Officer Tino Serrano stopped to help with CPR.

Tags: Miami PD, Officer Heroism, Florida Highway Patrol


Comments (3)

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Joshua paulette @ 2/24/2014 3:57 PM

Good job brothers

Danny @ 2/25/2014 2:25 AM

Good job Chicken Wing!

John @ IA retired @ 2/25/2014 11:28 AM

That's what we are here for. To help those in need. Job well done.

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