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Retired Desert Storm Medic Saves Coworker with a AED and Pen

A new AED and an ink pen helped Renita Smith during heart attack

Tuesday, April 23, 2013


Charleston, S.C. (WCIV) — When a woman collapsed in her Charleston, S.C., office a retired Air Force medic who served in Desert Storm swung into action and saved her life with a new wall-mounted defibrillator and an ink pen to clear her airways so she could breathe again.

Tags: News, News Video, sudden cardiac arrest, airway, AED


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