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Police and Law Enforcement Home  >  Top Cops  >  Harding Officers Bring Man Back to Life

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Tuesday, February 21
, 2012 6:54 a.m.

Harding Township Officers David Achenbach, Erik Heller and Sgt. Mark Giansanti had a good day.  They brought a man who died back to life.

At about noon on February 16th the officers responded to a call of a fatal motor vehicle accident.  Upon arriving at the scene, they found a mail carrier behind the wheel not breathing and with no pulse.

The officers began CPR and hooked the man up to their defibrillator machine.  Between the breaths, the compressions and the shock administered by the machine, the man was resuscitated.

The victim was subsequently transported to Morristown Medical Center.

They checked on the man since the accident and he was reportedly up and talking.

Not a bad day at all. salutes Harding Township Officers David Achenbach, Erik Heller and Sgt. Mark Giansanti.  Well done.







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