When a passenger fell unconscious at a metro station in Delhi, a paramilitary constable immediately jumped into action to administer Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), saving the man’s life.
On Saturday at 12:20 pm, 58-year-old Anil Kumar collapsed near the security checkpoint at Nangloi Metro Station in the national capital. Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) constable Uttam Kumar, who was on duty at the station, wasted no time in administering life-saving CPR on Mr Kumar, thus saving his life.
The entire incident was caught on CCTV cameras installed at the metro station.
Mr Kumar’s family was contacted, and he was sent to a hospital for further medical treatment.
A suffocating blanket of toxic smog continues to cloak Delhi, prompting doctors to raise concerns about the growing number of respiratory and eye ailments among children and the elderly.
With increasing pollution levels, hospitals in the national capitals are also witnessing a spike in patients.