A CISF constable – Ratan Prasad Gupta performed CPR on a passenger in Delhi metro station
Bengaluru: A constable - Ratan Prasad Gupta - guarding a metro station in Delhi became a hero as he saved the life of a passenger who fell unconscious.
The constable, belonging to the Central Industrial Security Force, performed Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on the passenger.
The incident was reported from Ghitorni Station in a train that was bound for Huda City Centre. The passenger in question, 50-year-old Bharat Bhushan was feeling unwell in the train. His daughter immediately informed the train driver, who in turn, informed the Ghitorni station controller. The controller later informed CISF in-charge, sub-inspector SK Yadav, about the emergency call.
Once Bhushan was taken out to the platform, he fell unconscious. It was then that the constable performed CPR on him. Due to his efforts, Bhushan regained confidence. He was immediately shifted to a nearby hospital with the help of an ambulance.
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Last Updated Nov 30, 2020, 5:25 PM IST