Palomies pelasti liskon hengen – antoi matelijalle paineluelvytystä

Viihdeuutiset · Tim Isokivi

Australialainen palomies on herättänyt ihastusta pelastettuaan eläimen jonka moni olisi saattanut jättää oman onnensa nojaan. Hän onnistui elvyttämään pienen liskon.

Matelija löydettiin hukkumassa New South Walesissa sijaitsevasta uima-altaasta helteessä. Nimeämätön palomies päätti yrittää pelastaa pienen eläimen hengen antamalla sille paineluelvytystä.

Lopulta oimenpide tehosi ja matelija hengitti jälleen omillaan. Huikea tilanne ikuistettiin videoksi, joka jaettiin sittemmin paikallisen palokunnan Facebook-sivulla. Matelijan kerrotaan olleen jo puolen tunnin päästä jälleen jahtaamassa hyönteisiä normaaliin tapaan.

 

*WARNING DISTRESSING CONTENT* with a very happy ending. On Saturday one our off duty firefighters was asked to attend a neighbourhood pool where a drowning had occurred. Upon arriving at the scene a youngster was laying unconscious and not breathing after being found un-responsive in a pool skimmer box by some children after failing to ‘scale’ from the pool. Immediately getting to work the 37 firefighter checked for a response by looking, listening and feeling for life the patient appeared cold blooded. After receiving no response the youngster was turned onto its back and Cardiopulmonary compressions started in an attempt to get a spring in his tail.After more than ten minutes things weren’t looking good for the little fella but soon after an occasional “gasping breath” was noticed. From previous experience our firefighters know this is not the time to stop so CPR was continued. Then miraculously “Lucky” the lizard started to breath on his own. He was quickly rolled back onto his stomach and within half an hour with a little sunshine was back to chasing insects. It also serves as a timely reminder to know your CPR action plan in and around the water as we head towards the end of summer.Another great save by the Gordon crew. Fire and Rescue NSW St John Ambulance Surf Life Saving NSW #preparedforanything Taroonga Zoo #beardeddragon #CPRsaveslives

Publiée par Fire and Rescue NSW Station 037 Gordon sur Dimanche 2 février 2020