If someone collapsed in front of you, would you know what to do?

These surveillance videos are of actual rescues that were successful. 

The videos serve as a reminder of why everyone should know how to care for someone who is 

choking or in cardiac arrest.

The national standard goal of 911 calls for Emergency Medical Service is arrival in four minutes. 

What will you do in those long minutes after you call 911? 

Brain damage starts to occur in 4–6 minutes after someone experiences cardiac arrest.


Everyone should be prepared in case the worst ever happened.

Contact us to sign up for a CPR and/or First Aid class. 

Teen's cardiac arrest caught on video

What 1 Quick-Thinking Mom Did When Her Baby Started Choking

State Trooper Saves Choking Man At Restaurant

Employee rescues a choking customer

Dramatic video shows police officer saving choking baby

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