Inside Edition
November 15, 2022

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.

Experienced runner Phil Denson collapsed during a marathon in Mableton, Georgia, after suffering from a heart attack. Another runner gave the unconscious man chest compressions until police officers arrived. In a frantic effort to save the runner's life, police officers took over and performed chest compressions on Denson for ten minutes. The stricken marathon man finally regained consciousness as he was taken to the hospital.

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