Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday signed into law a measure directing the state’s commissioner of education to come up with a CPR training curriculum.
She remained calm amid chaos. A heroic school aide came to the rescue of a child who was turning blue and choking in the cafeteria.
Students will be required to have lessons in both CPR and using external defibrillators but they will not have to be certified.
Mike Vercellone was a member of the high school track team until he graduated last spring. He was back on campus Wednesday to help out a practice while on spring break from Rutgers.
There was a big scare on a New Jersey high school track Wednesday after a student collapsed during practice.
Crews responded to a smokey fire in a fourth floor apartment in East Orange. They found the two or three-year-old child inside and not breathing.
Seventh-grader Kiavelyn Altagracia was trying out for the soccer team at Edmund W. Miles Middle School in Amityville when she suddenly collapsed on the field Monday.
Police Wednesday evening were congratulating an officer who rescued a man who got caught in the water as he tried to repair his jet ski on the northern edge of Manhattan.
A quick thinking retired firefighter prevented a 4th of July tragedy when he saved the life of a 2-year-old who fell in a pool.
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.