Survivor

Arnold Ollson (Left) had a <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="HEISY000062" title="Heart Attack (INACTIVE)" href="/topic/health/heart-attack-%28inactive%29-HEISY000062.topic">heart attack</a> on 7/16/10 and was brought back to life with the help of Tahra Barber (Right) a paramedic in Baltimore County. Four survivors of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="HEPHC00000140" title="Heart Failure (INACTIVE)" href="/topic/health/heart-failure-%28inactive%29-HEPHC00000140.topic">cardiac arrest</a> are sharing their stories in an effort to promote <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="HEPAS000040" title="Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (INACTIVE)" href="/topic/health/cardiopulmonary-resuscitation-%28inactive%29-HEPAS000040.topic">CPR</a> training. School officials will in attendance announcing a new program to teach CPR to high school students. The event was held at <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100603100000" title="Parkville" href="/topic/us/maryland/baltimore-county/parkville-PLGEO100100603100000.topic">Parkville</a> Fire Station.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Lloyd Fox / June 8, 2011 )

Arnold Ollson (Left) had a heart attack on 7/16/10 and was brought back to life with the help of Tahra Barber (Right) a paramedic in Baltimore County. Four survivors of cardiac arrest are sharing their stories in an effort to promote CPR training. School officials will in attendance announcing a new program to teach CPR to high school students. The event was held at Parkville Fire Station.

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