Firefighter saves German Shepherd from cardiac arrest using artificial lung ventilation

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Firefighters risk their lives to save not only people but also animals. They do not hesitate to face danger every day to save hundreds of lives.

This also applies to Christian Espinosa from San Antonio. When the house caught fire, firefighters and rescuers quickly responded.

When the people inside were already evacuated, two of the dogs went into cardiac arrest, and firefighters immediately began performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

Two cute German Shepherds were in the house when a fire suddenly broke out. When they were finally removed, one of them was on the verge of death.

Just then, firefighter Christian stepped in and helped him breathe again.

Two dogs have been resurrected thanks to the efforts of their rescuers!

The dogs rest comfortably with their neighbors while the family gets back on its feet. The video captures the dramatic moments after they were pulled out of the fire.

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation preserves brain function until blood flow and respiration are restored.

Signs that indicate the need for cardiopulmonary resuscitation include loss of consciousness, lack of arousal and physical movement, or lack of blinking.

These symptoms can result from drowning, suffocation, electric shock, or a number of other situations. If you liked this, share it with your friends and family.

Check out the brave firefighter in action below:

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