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New Jersey Teen Saved by AED

Posted by Valarie Brehm on 10/29/2010 to Lives Saved By AEDs
A New Jersey teenager is alive today due to the quick thinking of his gym teacher and two EMTs that arrived on the scene within minutes. A 15-year-old student fell into cardiac arrest while in line at his gym class in West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North. After the young student collapsed and fell into a seizure, the gym teacher quickly responded and began performing CPR once the victim's heart and breathing stopped.

Two minutes later, police and EMTs arrived on the scene. The EMTs quickly used an AED to restart the teenager's heart. After his heart was revived by the AED, the student began breathing on his own, police said. The student was taken to the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick for further treatment.

Everyone here at AEDs Today wished him the quickest of recoveries and a hearty salute to the quick-responding EMTs and police that arrived within minutes.

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