Swedish Emergency services dispatched a drone carrying a defibrillator to help save an elderly man who had suffered a cardiac arrest!

Upon receiving a call that a 71-year-old man had suffered a cardiac arrest and collapsed outside his home, Swedish emergency services immediately dispatched a drone carrying a defibrillator and an ambulance to his aid. The drone took about 3 and 1 half minutes to arrive at the location. Coincidentally, a doctor, Mustafa Ali who was driving past and stopped, and began performing CPR and used the AED to save the man’s life. Thanks to their efforts, the man survived!

Thank you to the swift response of the Swedish Emergency services and Mustafa Ali for helping to save a heart!

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Source: The Straits Times

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