Zionsville woman uses CPR to save husband’s life

From: FOX 59

A woman saves her husband’s life by performing CPR. The Boone County sheriff  says it just goes to show how important it is to take CPR classes.

Chip Cravens is a reserve deputy with the Boone County Sheriff’s Office. Back  in March, Chip was at home when he collapsed.

“He walked over to add to a text I was writing to our daughter-in-law and he  just fell face down,” Lori Cravens said.

Chip’s wife, Lori, wasn’t supposed to be home at the time, but it’s a good  thing that she was.  She immediately called 911.

Lori: “My husband has passed out. I don’t know if he’s having a heart attack.  I need, I need assistance please.” Dispatcher:“Alright ma’am. We’re going to  get help to you.”

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