LAPD Patrol Officers Saved A Woman’s Life With Timely CPR Aid

A team of two patrol officers gave a new life to a 75-year-old woman. They managed to save her life with a timely CPR aid. The woman was on the ground unconscious at Woodland Hills Pizza restaurant.

Los Angeles Police spokesperson told us on Sunday that one of the restaurant employees flagged them for help when police officers namely Kurt Logan and Paul Maldonado were in 6200 blocks of Topanga Canyon Boulevard at 6:30 pm on Friday and told that a woman inside the restaurant is choking and fell to the ground unconsciously.

Both officers rushed inside the restaurant and begun efforts to resuscitate the woman by administrating CPR immediately. The spokesperson also stated that Officer Maldonado had served as a reserve fireman.

Officer Logan said, “I could see something lodged inside the woman’s throat and tried to position her head to clear the object, while my partner did chest compressions until the paramedics arrived,”

After a few minutes, the paramedical team reached the scene; they carried out the treatment of woman moved her immediately to the city hospital. According to the statement, the woman revived breathing on her own later.

Los Angeles city fire Capt. Jeff Easton stated, “The successful resuscitation of this elderly citizen can be directly attributed to the quick and efficient CPR initiated by the LAPD officers,”

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