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CPD Officer helps revive young child

CPD Officer helps revive young child

Story by Public Information Officer Natalie Hall, CPD

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – In the month of August, one of our own Clarksville Police Officers, Officer Heather Hill, responded to a call where a ten year old male was not breathing and had no pulse.

Officer Hill started CPR until EMS arrived. EMS continued the response and was able to regain a pulse and the child was transported to Vanderbilt ER. An EMS supervisor stated that Officer Hill’s actions made it possible for EMS to regain a pulse.

Great job, Officer Hill, for going above and beyond your line of duty!

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