Harrowing video shows Atlanta police officer saving cyclist with CPR
A recent video showed an Atlanta police officer saving the life of a cyclist in distress with the use of CPR.
On Feb. 18, an officer identified as Officer Tulloch responded to a call regarding a male in medical distress.
Upon arrival, Tulloch called medical officials to the scene and assessed the situation.
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He noticed the man was struggling to breathe and eventually stopped breathing. Tulloch then began chest compressions on the man.
Tulloch paused to check for a pulse and communicate with the man to make sure he remained alert and conscious.
A short time later, Grady EMS and AFR arrived on the scene and took the lead.
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The cyclist’s pulse was regained and stabilized once when he was transported to Grady.
Grady staff and APD both praised Tulloch for his life-saving efforts.
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