Off-duty Nurse and NJ Troopers Saved Man in Sightseeing Cruise
An off-duty nurse quickly jumped into action when a passenger collapsed and became unresponsive during a sightseeing cruise. The mishap happened on July 31st at around 2:20 p.m.
According to a report, an off-duty nurse immediately performed chest compressions to help regain the man’s consciousness while the vessel started to race half-mile back to the coast of Brigantine.
The nurse was immediately assisted by state troopers from the Atlantic City Marine Services Station as soon as they received the report. Fortunately, the state troopers managed to jump into the moving vessel when it was not able to stop due to the water conditions.
The man was successfully revived.
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