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Officers’ CPR efforts help save man

first_imgThe Ambu-bag malfunctioned, and Ogle ran to get the Ambu-bag in her patrol car. Karson continued the chest compressions. “We just continued CPR until paramedics arrived,” he said. Three to four minutes passed before the paramedics arrived and took over. Paramedics continued to work on Garcia and got a pulse, Salazar said. It’s not the first time Karson performed CPR during a call. But he said it’s the second time he helped revive someone. It happened three to four months ago when someone was found in an alley off Pickering Avenue. All Whittier police are trained in CPR and carry Ambu-bags in their patrol cars, Salazar said. ruby.gonzales@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3026 WHITTIER – Two officers used CPR to help save a man who was found not breathing in an apartment, officials said Tuesday. According to County Fire Captain Gary Morgan, officers Mike Karson and Nancy Ogle’s efforts allowed paramedics to revive the man, said Whittier Police spokeswoman Officer Diana Salazar. Daniel Garcia, 43, remains at Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital. He was listed in poor condition Tuesday, said Terri Starkman, director of marketing for the hospital. “This was an excellent job by two veteran officers,” Salazar said. Karson and Ogle both arrived Monday afternoon at the apartment complex in the 12700 block of Oak Street on a call about a man down and not breathing. They ran to where people were pointing. In apartment No. 3, Karson said they found a man lying on the carpet on his back. “Officer Ogle felt for a pulse. She found none, so we started CPR,” Karson said. Karson did chest compressions while Ogle used the Ambu-bag, a device placed over the mouth that forces air into a person’s lungs. The roommate, using a translator, told them he went out, and when he came back a few minutes later found the man lying on the ground. Karson said he saw several bottles of heart medication in the apartment. last_img read more

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Prep roundup: Oak Park remains undefeated in Tri-Valley girls volleyball

first_img Kim Capicotto had nine kills and Emma Watson had 15 assists for Chaminade (9-9, 1-4). Viewpoint 3, Oakwood 0: Marisa Fair had 16 kills and five digs and Ashley Thierry had 21 assists as Viewpoint of Calabasas (9-1, 4-0) defeated host Oakwood of North Hollywood 25-20, 25-18, 25-21 in a Liberty League match. Fair, a senior, is the returning Liberty League MVP. Her Viewpoint team lost to Flintridge Prep of La Canada last season in the first round of the Div. 4A playoffs. BOYS’ WATER POLO Alemany 14, Crespi 2:Seniors Brian Taylor and Matt Zamora scored five goals each to lead Alemany of Mission Hills (15-8, 2-2) to a victory over Crespi of Encino (3-15-1, 1-3). Taylor’s five goals made him Alemany’s all-time leader in goals with 94. Senior Alejandro Maranelli added three goals and two assists for Alemany. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! La Reina’s only loss in league this year came against Oak Park. GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL Senior Jesse Yaeger had 11 kills as Oak Park (21-1, 5-0) defeated host St. Bonaventure of Ventura 25-18, 25-14, 25-15 on Tuesday night to remain undefeated in a Tri-Valley League girls’ volleyball match. Samantha Macks had seven kills and Sara Majidian had four blocks for Oak Park, which plays host to La Reina of Thousand Oaks (4-1 in league) on Oct. 20 in what could determine the Tri-Valley League champion. center_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Hillcrest Christian 3, Delphi Academy 0: Senior captain Cyndi Taylor had 12 aces and four kills to lead Hillcrest Christian of Granada Hills 25-14, 25-12, 25-13 in a nonleague victory over Delphi Academy. Junior Samm Toven added five kills and three blocks for the Eagles (8-4, 4-1), who are currently in first place in the Heritage League. Hillcrest Christian has never finished better than fourth place in league. West Valley Christian 3, West L.A. Baptist 0: Katie Matsumoto had 11 aces and Kara Bixby had six kills as host West Valley Christian of West Hills (11-0, 6-0) defeated West L.A. Baptist of Los Angeles 25-6, 25-12, 25-13 to remain undefeated. Harvard-Westlake 3, Chaminade 0: Brittney Julian had 10 kills and Nicole Goldhaber had 25 assists as Harvard-Westlake of Studio City (14-4, 3-1) defeated host Chaminade of West Hills 25-11, 25-13, 25-15 in a Mission League match. last_img read more

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