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Bystander Saves Woman with CPR

 

We hear it often - someone's life is saved because a bystander knew CPR. When CPR is administered immediately when sudden cardiac arrest happens, it can double or even triple that person's chances of survival.  We know it t happens across the country because we hear the stories.  It also happens right here in Nebraska. 

A Lincoln hairstylist used the training she received 8 years ago to save the life of a woman in her salon.  READ STORY HERE. 

We encourage Nebraska to join the growing list of states that require Hands Only (bystander) CPR training as a high school graduation requirement.  A woman's life was saved because of training a young woman received 8 years ago.  Imagine the lives that could be saved if everyone knew how to perform CPR? 

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