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CPR Classes | 12-year-old learns CPR during 911 call to save mom

Lying on the floor unconscious, choking from food blocking her airway, Kimberly Glen’s life depended on her 12-year-old daughter Kinsey and the woman giving instructions over the phone. The story has a happy ending, but it underscores the importance of CPR and the need to learn it before there’s a crisis. “Kinsey did really well,” says Barbara Morris, the Paulding County, Georgia, 911 dispatcher who calmed her down and talked her through the emergency. “But you’re one leg up if you actually know CPR. You never know when you’re going to use it.” For Kinsey, a seventh-grader in Dallas, Georgia, 30 miles northwest of Atlanta, that moment came at 5:40 p.m. on March 22. Her mother was in the

CPR Classes | Training, skills results in second save at Culinary Institute of America campus

Bob Wilson was on his usual morning walk at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York, when he had trouble breathing and collapsed. His friend ran for help, which came immediately. A campus safety officer responded as a dispatcher called 911. Meanwhile, two former emergency medical technicians arrived in the parking lot for their workdays and saw their colleague administering CPR. Another colleague brought an automatic external defibrillator. The group continued to administer CPR until paramedics arrived and took over. Wilson was transported to the hospital and back to work three weeks later. It was the second time that staffers at the institute were called to a sudden cardiac

Police Sergeant Heart Stops beating after calling 911

Dean Oshiro has to rely on his family to fill in the blanks when it comes to what happened on Aug. 20, 2010. That’s when the Santa Monica, California, police sergeant survived a cardiac arrest caused by a heart attack. Dean had come home from a run and was lifting weights in the garage when he suddenly came into the house and complained he wasn’t feeling well. Sandra Oshiro, a real estate agent, was showing a house to clients when she got a call from her then-11-year-old daughter Taylor, asking her to come home because Dean wasn’t feeling well. Sandra put her off initially, thinking she was exaggerating. Only then did Taylor tell her, “Dad feels like he’s having a heart attack.” Sandra told

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