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Jun 19, 2017 6:02 PM

Cardiac arrest survivor reunites with NH crews that saved his life

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ALLENSTOWN — A cardiac arrest survivor reunited with the New Hampshire crews that saved his life.

Members of the Allenstown Police Department, Allenstown Fire Department, and Tri-Town Emergency Medical Services successfully resuscitated the man after he collapsed on June 13.

Dr. David Hirsch and Emergency Medical Services manager Craig Clough from Concord Hospital presented Allenstown Firefighter/AEMT Daniel Fitzgerald, Tri-Town Emergency Medical Services Assistant Director/Paramedic Stephanie Locke and Allenstown Police Officer Bryan Wilcox with a Clinical Excellence Award as part of cardiac arrest management training sponsored by the New Hampshire Fire Standards and Training Academy and Concord Hospital.

Anyone interested in being trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is encouraged to contact Tri-Town Emergency Medical Services at (603) 485-4411 for further information.

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