“This is the point of the app on your phone. It’s not just Angry Birds. It is not just things to waste your life. It’s actually… a perfect example of a selfless app that is there to help other people.”
When a Salem woman found her pet bearded dragon floating unconscious in his pool she immediately started CPR with chest compressions and blowing air into the lizard’s mouth.
Gov. John Kitzhaber performed CPR on an unconscious woman Monday evening in downtown Portland, assisting her until medics could arrive, say his spokeswoman and fire department spokesmen.
The Seattle Fire Department says a 19-year-old man has been revived after witnesses say he spent about four minutes under water at Seattle’s Green Lake.
A 15-year-old boy is in critical condition after being pulled from the Willamette River near Newberg, Ore., and spending more than 30 minutes underwater.
Friday, February 3 is National Go Red for Women Day! It’s a day for you to wear red, raise some money for the American Heart Association, or make personal choices to live a heart-healthier life. Here are some events surrounding the National Go Red for Women Day around the Sound. Make a difference in your life or someone else’s and attend one of these activities!
You’re invited to this annual community event! CPR Sunday is offered free of charge to anyone that is interested in learning how to perform CPR.