On May 12th, Angela Crosetto took a cardiac arrest at Bear Creek State Park. It went from a possible stroke, to a fall, to a cardiac arrest. She coached them through CPR instructions and narrowed down the exact location for responders. The patient was awake and talking to the paramedics by the time they got to the hospital. Thank you, Angela, for your dedication and service to this citizen!
On May 20th, Daniel Ehrlich took a call for a man who collapsed on the Applewood Golf Course. Daniel was quick to start CPR and encouraged the caller to continue until first responders could arrive. They ended up doing more than 600 compressions. After West Metro Medics took over they were able to get the patient breathing on his own. Had it not been for the CPR, the patient would not have survived. Thank you, Daniel, for your perseverance during this call!