Its great when bystanders help to save a mans life, thanks to their help Bill is alive, well done to everyone.
The family of a 65-year-old man who had to be shocked 25 times to revive him after he collapsed in the street have praised the quick actions of three members of the public who rushed to his aid and saved his life.
Bill Fisher, from Oadby, was walking along Stoughton Road, near his home, last Friday, when he fell to the pavement after a sudden cardiac arrest.
The father-of-two lay unconscious for only a few seconds before BT engineer Mark Woodbridge ran over to help and began chest compressions.
Within minutes, two more men had joined him and were applying CPR while Mark called for an ambulance and received instructions about what to do.
Read more: http://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/Family-thank-trio-saved-life-65-year-old-Fisher/story-28121382-detail/story.html#ixzz3r5B1v53M
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