After Man Stopped Breathing in Stop & Shop; First Responders Went into Action

1 min read

JACKSON-On Thursday, at 11:27am Officer Cassiopeia DeLaTorre responded to the Stop and Shop Store regarding an older male who was unconscious and not breathing.

Officer DeLaTorre, who was later joined by Quality First Aid, administered C.P.R. to the victim. Monoc Paramedics arrived shortly after and the patient was transported to Brick Hospital.

The Jackson FMBLA said on Monday the man was released from the hospital.

“A job well done by our members last week who were involved with a CPR save at the Stop & Shop on Countyline Rd!! Upon arrival of Engine 5501, the crew was informed by Jackson PD on scene that they had begun CPR on an adult male. He was successfully revived and was recently discharged from the hospital!! Quality EMS and MONOC were also on scene and transported,” the JFMBLA posted to Facebook.

Top comments about this post on Facebook.

Related News:  Elkton Man Arrested in Newark for Eluding Police
Previous Story

Kid who didn't want to go to school spits at cop; arrested instead

Next Story

Ocean County Freeholders Weigh in on Joint Base Tanker News

Latest from Blog