HESPERIA, Ca. – A male victim who had went into full arrest (losing breathing and a pulse) was revived by deputies and emergency medical personnel.
On Wednesday, October 30, 2019, at around 5:22 p.m., deputies from the Hesperia Station and emergency medical personnel with the San Bernardino County Fire Department responded to the 14700 block of Orange Street in response to the report of a male subject who had stopped breathing. Within minutes deputies arrived at the scene and found the man lying on the street not breathing and without a pulse. They initiated CPR until paramedics took over to take over.
Within minutes of taking over CPR the male regained a heart rate and began breathing on his own. Authorities said that the man was transported to the hospital for further treatment. The man was speaking with hospital staff, alert, and is expected to fully recover.
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