The 59-year-old received more than half an hour of CPR from three qualified paramedics and a trainee at London Ambulance Service
I'm John Warburton with news that a woman whose heart stopped beating for at least 28 minutes has been re-introduced to the paramedics who saved her life. London Ambulance Service staff saved Louise Higgs after a cardiac arrest last August. The 59-year-old received more than half an hour of CPR from three qualified paramedics and a trainee. Seven weeks later, the ambulance service says, Louise left hospital in good health. Her mother Joan arranged the meeting as a thank you for what she called a “brilliant team”. For more care news stay with us here at Care Radio.