State Police revive woman with CPR on NJ Turnpike in Secaucus

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State Police revive woman with CPR on NJ Turnpike in Secaucus

SECAUCUS –Three New Jersey State Police troopers successfully revived an unresponsive woman with CPR on the NJ Turnpike in Secaucus, according to a NJSP Facebook post.
On May 21, Troopers John Walsh, Kevin Scherba, and Michael Stansfield responded to a report of a vehicle that veered off the roadway on the turnpike. When Walsh arrived, he noticed the driver had no pulse and was not breathing. Stansfield soon arrived and helped Walsh remove the woman from her car. They then laid her on the ground and performed CPR.
Scherba arrived shortly afterward, and helped with chest compressions. After several minutes of CPR, the victim regained her pulse and breathing. Secaucus paramedics and local first responders arrived and continued providing first aid. EMT’s transported the 56-year-old woman to Hudson County Medical Center, which later released her.

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