Hero Cop Saves Man By Performing CPR For Over 10 Minutes

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A heroic Georgia police officer performs CPR on an unresponsive man for more than ten minutes, likely saving his life. On the morning of October 29th, a man collapsed while running the Silver Comet Trail near Atlanta. Passing runners noticed the man’s condition, called 911, and began CPR.

Powder Spring Police Officer Carson Yates quickly arrived on the scene and took over the response. He was never able to detect a pulse or breathing from the man, but continued performing CPR for over ten minutes until paramedics arrived and took over. The man regained consciousness just before EMTs loaded him into an ambulance to take him to a nearby hospital.

The Powder Spring Police Department later took to social media to praise Yates and the other good Samaritans for their heroic efforts. “Without a doubt, if it was not for the quick actions of the citizens on the trail who immediately began taking care of this stranger, and the endurance of Officer Yates, the Silver Comet would have claimed another life,” the post reads. “Thankfully, this man will live to conquer the Silver Comet again another day. Amazing work!!!”

Source: FOX News

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