October 29, 2018

Thousands of lives are saved by CPR every year. You don't have to be a police officer, firefighter, or a first responder to do CPR. You can learn the correct way to do CPR in just 30 minutes.

By performing CPR, Rebecca Hall was able to save her father's life when he collapsed from a heart attack. Rebecca, her father Jim Hall, as well as the first responders who helped, join TODAY's Al Roker, Jenna Bush Hager and Craig Melvin to talk about the harrowing situation. Dr. Jennifer Haythe, a cardiologist, also speaks about signs of cardiac arrest and why everyone should learn the basics of CPR.

Learn CPR Now! It only takes 15-20 minutes.