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Tag Archive | "AED"

Drone Delivery Company Flirtey Gets FAA Approval to Fly Drones Beyond Line of Sight to Deliver Automated External Defibrillators

Flirtey, a Reno, Nevada-based drone delivery company, has received approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to conduct drone delivery flights beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS), the City of Reno and Flirtey announced today. The new approval enables Flirtey to conduct drone delivery operations with a pilot controlling the flights from a remote location.

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Death of Arlington Heights Man in Petite Lake Ruled a Drowning by Lake County Coroner

The death of Jason Saccone, an Arlington Heights man and Hersey graduate who was found unresponsive in Petite Lake on Saturday, August 4, 2018, has been ruled a drowning, Lake County authorities said Tuesday. Jason Saccone, 23, died Saturday after he was pulled from the water about 5 p.m. at the Petite Lake Sandbar, where […]

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Identity Released of Arlington Heights Man, Hersey Grad Who Died Following Rescue at Petite Lake

The identity of the Arlington Heights man, who was pulled from Petite Lake on the Chain O’Lakes in Lake County, was released by authorities Monday, August 6, 2018. Jason Saccone, age 23, of Arlington Heights died at Advocate Condell Medical Center Saturday evening, August 4, 2018 after he was pulled from an area near the […]

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Arlington Heights Man Dies After Being Pulled from Petite Lake on the Chain of Lakes — Identity Not Yet Released

The Lake County Sheriff’s Marine unit was dispatched about 5:05 p.m. Saturday, August 4, 2018, to the Petite Lake Sandbar (located on the Chain O’Lakes) to a report of an unresponsive person arriving on a boat on shore near Grass Lake Road. When Marine Unit Deputies arrived, a 23-year-old man, of Arlington Heights, had already […]

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Lake County Sheriff’s Deputy Michael Bassi Saves a Life with CPR/AED in Unincorporated Lake Villa

Lake County Sheriff’s Deputies and Grayslake Fire Department paramedics responded about 8:38 PM Friday January 27, 2017 to the 20000 block of West Rollins Road, Unincorporated Lake Villa for a report of an unconscious 60 year-old woman. Lake County Sheriff’s Deputy Michael Bassi arrived at the scene and found the woman had fallen out of […]

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ABC News: California Man’s Life Saved with “The Uber App for CPR” PulsePoint App — Doesn’t Exist in Illinois

ABC News: New CPR Phone App PulsePoint Uses Social Media to Save Lives. On Wednesday, March 25, 2015 lifelong Sunnyvale resident Walter Huber was sitting down to dinner when he received an alert through PulsePoint, a 9-1-1 connected mobile app designed to alert CPR-trained citizens of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) emergencies in their vicinity. This […]

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Dad Saved; “First Save” Involving PulsePoint CPR SmartPhone App in Portland Area

Scott Brawner, an off-duty Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue firefighter/paramedic, was able to help save the life of Drew Basse on May 9, 2014, because of a smartphone app known as PulsePoint, which allows 9-1-1 dispatch centers to connect cardiac arrest victims to people trained in CPR that are near the victim. “This app saved […]

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PulsePoint, Open Police and Fire Radio Channels: You Might Consider This, Elk Grove Village Mayor Craig Johnson

In the early 1970s the major selling point of starting a paramedic service in a fire department was the potential for saving lives with urgent care for heart attack victims and trauma victims. Advanced Life Support — some of it learned on the battlefields in the Vietnam War — was going to save lives. Certainly […]

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San Ramon Valley Fire Department Pulse Point App: Matchmaker of Citizen Rescuers and Cardiac Victims

VIDEO: PSA announcement refers to a program in effect in San Ramon Valley, California. The program is not in effect in Arlington Heights or the northwest suburbs of Chicago. Crowd-Sourcing Good Samaritans A Good Samaritan can now volunteer to be notified if an incident possibly requiring CPR occurs in a public place in at least […]

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Woman, Man Collapse Minutes Apart at Macy’s and Sears; AED Used at Sears

Schaumburg police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 3:51 a.m. during early morning black Friday sales to a report of a woman collapsed near the fountain entrance at Macy’s, 1 Woodfield Mall. The 77-year-old woman was reported conscious and breathing when firefighter/paramedics arrived. Schaumburg police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 3:58 a.m. Friday to Sears, 2 Woodfield Mall […]

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Palatine Fire Department Honors First Responders Tim Kirby, Linda Kleiss, and Neil Wywialowski for Saving a Life with CPR/AED at Midtown Athletic Club

WGNTV Report: Palatine Fire Department Fire Chief Bob Falardeau and others honored Midtown Athletic Club members Tim Kirby and Linda Kleiss and Fitness Director Neil Wywialowski Thursday, December 30, 2010 after they were instrumental in following AED/CPR procedure to save the life of a fellow athletic club member who suffered cardiac arrest. Midtown Athletic Club […]

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Logan D. Smith Found Dead in Alley in 3100 Block of Glenview Rd

Glenview police and firefighter/paramedics responded just before 6:50 p.m. Monday to a report of a man in his thirties unconscious in an alley in the 3100 block of Glenview Road. Police and paramedics arrived and found a 30-year-old man unconscious in a Glenview alley Monday. The police response arrived first and used an AED (Automatic […]

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