Indiana Police Officers Revive Man in Mall Food Court after Medical Crisis

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HOBART, IN – In a heart-stopping incident at Southlake Mall’s food court, two Indiana police officers, Meier and Wakeley, sprang into action to resuscitate a man who lost vital signs.

According to Hobart police, the incident occurred on July 3rd when the officers, accompanied by mall security personnel, swiftly responded to a distress call. With precision and expertise, Officers Meier and Wakeley utilized an AED and performed chest compressions, successfully restoring the man’s pulse and breathing after he had lost vital signs.

The resuscitated individual was promptly transported to a nearby hospital for further medical care.

The heroic actions of Officers Meier and Wakeley are being commended by the community, exemplifying the unwavering commitment of Indiana’s law enforcement in saving lives during critical emergencies. Their quick response and life-saving techniques have left a lasting impact on the community they serve.

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