First aiders save heart attack man
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.