Cardiac arrest - what do you do?
Original post made on Oct 12, 2007
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on Oct 12, 2007 at 8:05 pm
To ALL that have read this story ... my name is Mark.
What you have read is a story that I hope YOU never have to go throught. My brother, Chris, and I live in Texas and came to be with my Dad and Mom for the surgery when this happened. I can not say enough of the San Remon Fire Units (please see attached)
SAN RAMON FIRE DEPT. CONTACTS FOR DAD
Date of incident: 8/08/07 approx. 1400 hrs.
US Mail address: Chief Craig Bowen
1500 Bollinger Canyon Rd.
San Ramon, CA 94583
911 call taker: Ronda Leen
911 dispatcher: Mary Kamacho
Responding units to house:
Fire Engine #33 1051 Deablo Rd.
Personal on unit: Capt. Matt Dakin
Paramedic on unit: Matt Terry
Driver of unit: Mark Purnell
Rescue Unit (RM) #34 12599 Al Costa Blvd.
Personal on unit: Capt. Jeff Breasher
Paramedic on unit: Tom McKenncie
Driver of unit: Tim Morley
Information obtained from Christine Jentry of the San Ramon Fire Dept. 8/12/07
To the staff of San Remon Hospital ... YOU ARE THE BEST IN THE WORLD!!
I hope this is printed as a follow up to your story! Should you need any more info, please feel free to contact me:
HP - 830.609.2086
WP - 210.661.2344
Wemail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Hemail - email@example.com
My Greatest Respect,
Mark F. Seaman
on Oct 15, 2007 at 5:25 pm
For those that have a long term interest in life, your reflections are exceptionally important.
I imagine a long walk on the Iron Horse Trail and ending my life quite naturally among its loveliness. Any senior must face the comforting reality that we all shall be here a moment.
Forest "Fore" Warn