Are you Huntingdon life saver?
THE Hunts Post is trying to trace two heroes who helped to save a man’s life in Huntingdon last weekend.
The couple came to the aid of a man in his sixties, who collapsed on Saturday, September 3, outside Greggs the Bakers in Chequers Court.
They administered emergency first aid until paramedics arrived.
A witness said: “The man had stopped breathing and was blue around the mouth. His eyes were bulging. The hero managed to get his pulse back with constant CPR and kept applying CPR until the paramedics came. He saved the man’s life. We were all elated when he came round and the man was a hero.
“Well done whoever you are, you were amazing. Right place, right time.”
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The East of England Ambulance Service said they were called to Chequers Court at 3.54 to reports of a man with breathing difficulties.
*Do you know the patient or one of the unsung heroes who helped him? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01480 411481.
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