2 NH car dealership employees save co-worker's life with CPR
NASHUA — CPR saves lives, and employees at Peters Honda of Nashua proved that Thursday morning when they revived a worker before emergency services even arrived.
According to statements from a Peters of Nashua spokeswoman, a new employee collapsed in the showroom around 11 a.m. due to an undisclosed heart condition.
The spokeswoman told NH1 News that two employees with training performed CPR on the fallen worker as well as used an AED to assist in restarting the individual's heart.
Emergency services were called by witnesses to the incident as well.
However, by the time American Medical Responders (AMR Nashua) arrived, the employees had already revived the worker. The Peters of Nashua spokeswoman recalled AMR workers telling the two Peters of Nashua employees that they saved the person's life.
NH1 News reached out to AMR Nashua for further details of the incident and will update this story when they respond.