Co-Workers Save Man’s Life With CPR, AED
From: American Red Cross
The American Red Cross recently honored six Missouri men for saving a co-worker’s life after he suffered cardiac arrest.
All were employees of the Honeywell FM&T facility in Kansas City, Missouri. Three received the Certificate of Merit, a national Red Cross award which recognizes people who have used the skills they learned in Red Cross training classes to save or sustain a life. Awardees included Ray Mackay, Peculiar, Mo., Arlis Graves, Independence, Mo. and Phillip Ketchum, Lexington, Mo. The awards were signed by the President of the United States, Barack Obama, and Chairman of the Red Cross, Bonnie McElveen Hunter.
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