Two Duluth Super One Employees Credited with Saving a Life by Using CPR
It could have been a tragic Memorial Day for one family if it wasn't for the quick actions of two Duluth Super One employees. As I read the press release, I couldn't help but think of Super One's participation in the Go Red for Women Event partnering with the American Heart Association to save lives. Blessings to these two individuals who were so quick to respond.
According to a Duluth Fire Department's press release, they responded to the Miller Hill Super One for a report of a man down in the store.
Upon arrival they found that staff had heard the man collapse and found him with no pulse and not breathing. Super One employee’s initiated CPR while calling 911. When firefighters arrived, the patient was quickly evaluated and a defibrillator was used to “shock” the patient once. CPR continued as the patient was transferred to Gold Cross Ambulance. En route to the hospital the patient was revived and was awake and talking in the emergency room.
The Duluth Fire Department would like to credit the two store employee’s for taking quick action. Immediate CPR coupled with quick response and early defibrillation saved a man’s life today.
The two employees are: Rick Mrozik and Anne Hiti