Man Pulls Baby from Water Under Brooklyn Bridge

(6 Aug 2018) An Oklahoma man says he jumped into shallow water under New York’s Brooklyn Bridge on Sunday to rescue a baby who his family spotted floating in the water and preform CPR. Police are investigating the death. (August 6)

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Officer Describes CPR on Bridge Collapse Victim

Det. Juan Llera rushed to the scene of the collapsed bridge in Miami Thursday, and administered CPR to a victim keeping him alive to be taken to the hospital. Officials confirmed 4 dead and 9 injured after a pedestrian bridge crumbled. (March 15)

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Meet Charlie: Italian coastguards rescue drowning kitten using CPR

A drowning kitten was saved by members of the Italian coast guard in Sicily who gave the tiny feline mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Children on the portside in Marsala alerted a coast guard patrol boat to the kitten on Friday, as it floated apparently lifeless in the water. Immediately one of the sailors from the boat, which was on its way back from a patrol mission, jumped into the water to pull it to safety. Once on board, his colleagues began the life-saving manoeuvres they are trained to do, though usually on humans. After a few minutes the kitten, which was not more than a month old, began to give signs of life, coughing up water and emitting a few feeble miaows. The small creature was taken to the coast guard offices at the port and dried off. A vet was called, who said the kitten was in good health. He has been ‘adopted’ by the Marsala maritime district office and named Charlie.

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