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Rays fan saves life after man goes into cardiac arrest during a baseball game

Rays fan saves life after man goes into cardiac arrest during a baseball game

Rays fan saves life after man goes into cardiac arrest during a baseball game

Jani Morales, an ultrasound technician who was trained in CPR, resuscitated a man at a Rays baseball game when she noticed he had turned blue and immediately delivered CPR. When the paramedics arrived, they asked her to help them apply defibrillator pads so that they could deliver a shock. Later on, they informed her that the man was breathing on his own. Her timely action had saved his life.

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