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An off-duty firefighter on a flight to Los Angeles saved a fellow passenger who suffered a cardiac arrest mid-flight and had no pulse for at least 30 minutes

Savannah Georgia Fire And Rescue

  • An off-duty firefighter from Georgia performed CPR for more than 30 minutes after a fellow passenger on his flight to Los Angeles suffered a cardiac arrest mid-flight.
  • The flight made an emergency landing and the victim was taken to the hospital, where she regained consciousness and showed no signs of brain damage from the incident.
  • “She is my sister, and he saved her. I can’t thank him enough and I just wanted to make people aware, he’s a hero,” the victim’s brother said, according to the fire department.
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