A vision impaired lady has this week, saved the life of her taxi driver by successfully administering CPR. Judy-Gaye Streit had just been dropped off at a shopping centre when her taxi driver, Neil Wilkinson, suddenly collapsed to the ground suffering a cardiac arrest. Quick thinking Streit, dialed 000 for an ambulance and followed instructions to start performing the CPR that would ultimately save Wilkinson’s life. The Melbourne cabbie has since made a full recovery and and praised her rescuer – “She’s just a total heroine in my eyes and without her, I would have been snuffed out – I wouldn’t be here.” Full Story
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