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  • How two officers helped a man with no pulse for 30+ minutes cheat death

    When John Ogburn went into cardiac arrest at a Panera Bread, CMPD officers Lawrence Guiler and Nikolina Bajic were able to respond almost immediately - and stayed with him.

When John Ogburn went into cardiac arrest at a Panera Bread, CMPD officers Lawrence Guiler and Nikolina Bajic were able to respond almost immediately - and stayed with him. Alex Kormann akorman@charlotteobserver.com
When John Ogburn went into cardiac arrest at a Panera Bread, CMPD officers Lawrence Guiler and Nikolina Bajic were able to respond almost immediately - and stayed with him. Alex Kormann akorman@charlotteobserver.com

His heart stopped for more than 30 minutes. How can he still be alive?

July 16, 2017 11:49 AM

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