saves young Waikato mother in cardiac arrest
A young Waikato mother who had a cardiac arrest in bed owes her life to a stranger out walking her dog who got pinged by an app to help.
The little-known app Good Sam is used by emergency services around the world. It alerts anyone within 1000m who has training in CPR or defibrillator use.
Chonnell Tihore 36, who has a hereditary heart condition, suffered a cardiac arrest around nine in the morning whilst asleep in her six-year-old son EJ's bedroom.
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