Everyone likes a second chance, but it’s something special when you get a second chance at life — being resuscitated from cardiac arrest.
Ian McGreevy, of Northvale, was darting to steal third base on Saturday during a Little League game in Harrington Park when the catcher fired the ball, striking him in the chest.
A woman watching the game came to the boy’s aid and soon revived him, and he was conscious and alert when paramedics arrived. The child was flown to a hospital, but further details on his condition were not available.
A TSA Security Inspector at Newark Liberty International Airport is being hailed a hero.
Bill and Hillary are both experienced divers, they were on a trip with their three sons in Costa Rica last April when their dive took a dangerous turn.
Margaret Savarese of Massapequa was at the 8th tee on the blue course at Eisenhower Park when she suddenly collapsed.
A Long Island man was lucky in more ways than one, as he got a chance Wednesday to thank his teammates for saving his life after a heart attack on the ice.
A family is grateful after a mystery man became the difference between life and death on a busy Manhattan street corner on Friday.
The hope is to break the Guiness World Record of 7,909 people set in Singapore last year, and to leave people confident they can try to help save someone’s life.
What if you were with somebody who suddenly went into cardiac arrest? What if there was no one else around to help? Would you know how to restart this person’s heart?
The National Transportation Safety Board is sending an agent to investigate the death of a woman who fell into the Atlantic Ocean when her harness broke while parasailing.
A series of events are taking place in the city this week to kick off the American Heart Association’s multi-city CPR awareness and education tour.
Need to save someone’s life? There’s an app for that!
Retired EMS assistant chief John McFarland was revered within the FDNY, and today he is being laid to rest after dying from a brain tumor linked to his service after the attacks of 9/11.
Angela Jewth can’t begin to explain her grief — and confusion — over the death of her son, Jonathan. He died after choking on a meatball during lunch at P.S. 47 earlier this month.
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