Dramatic video of Georgia police officers administering CPR, applying an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), and injecting Narcan into a man that overdosed on opioids

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Sadly we live in an era where many people will only post videos of police officers caught on camera while engaging in questionable predicaments (while never knowing the full context, or all the facts). But here’s one that deems these fine police officers as ‘heroes.’

Albeit this was difficult for me to watch. Because just last year on Jan 25th I too went into full cardiac arrest, but not just once, not twice, but three times; even being declared as “clinically dead.” But by God’s grace I too was resuscitated, and even defibrillated back to life each and every time (the soreness in my chest is finally going away). However my cardiac arrests were not caused from a drug overdose, but due to a bad heart. But thankfully today I have a sophisticated Pacemaker, with wireless remote monitoring  that transmits via a cellphone tower, and a built-in Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD), which is wired into my heart. Just last week I had needed to send a wireless transmission to my Electrophysiologist (a new word I learned), but thankfully it was a false call. But scared me, I remember shouting to my wife “It’s going down, my chest is beeping and vibrating!” I must have sounded like Fred Sanford yelling, “Elizabeth this is the big one darling!” (some of you are too young to remember that). But we can laugh about it now. 🙂

You may have put your shoes on this morning, but a Mortician may remove them tonight. Are you ready to meet your Maker? Click on the ‘Glorious Gospel’  page below this must see  video (you might have to click on the volume button in the lower right corner).

Back to these fine Peachtree Police Officers.

The following incident occurred on February 6th, 2018, in the city of Peachtree, Georgia. The Police Dept. received a 911 call of a ‘man down, medical aid’ at the Day’s Inn hotel, located on Crosstown Blvd. Thankfully most of what occurred was captured on these police officers body cams.


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