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A quick thinking firefighter saved a woman's life by performing CPR on her for more than 30 minutes after she suffered sudden cardiac arrest while on a flight to Los Angeles.
Trevor Jaha, with the Savannah Fire Rescue in Georgia, had been on a September 14 Delta flight 2911 from Detroit to Los Angeles when he noticed the woman suffering from cardiac arrest.
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According to a Facebook post on the fire department's page, the woman - identified only as Chelsea - had no pulse even after four shocks from a portable Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
'Jaha performed CPR for more than 30 minutes while the plane made an emergency landing,' the department added.
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The flight appears to have been diverted to Kansas City.
After a fifth shock from the AED, a faint pulse was detected from the Jacksonville, Florida, resident and she was taken to a local hospital.
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