First aiders save heart at­tack man

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Uk&world Update -

THE quick-think­ing ac­tions of three staff mem­bers of a driver train­ing firm ex­hibit­ing at­truck­fest saved the life of a heart at­tack vic­tim.

Trained first aiders Colin Frost, Daryl Moore and Kelly Moore, of Ntp­train­ing Ser­vices based in Whap­lode, near Spald­ing, car­ried out com­pres­sion-only CPR on a 46-year-old man who had col­lapsed to the ground at the event at the East of Eng­land Show­ground on Sun­day.

Mr Frost, who is the com­pany’s first aid in­struc­tor, then spoke to the emer­gency ser­vices op­er­a­tor to de­scribe the con­di­tion of the man, who is based in Es­sex.

The man is still in a crit­i­cal con­di­tion in hospi­tal but NTP has been told that the ac­tions of its trio helped save his life.

A NTP spokesper­son said: “NTP is very proud of them.and it goes to show that ev­ery­one should have first aid skills.”

PROUD: NTP Train­ing Ser­vices praised Colin Frost, Kelly Moore (both pic­tured) and Daryl Moore for their re­ac­tions when a man col­lapsed and had a heart at­tack at Truck­fest in Peter­bor­ough on Sun­day.

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