Watch: Border Police resuscitate electrocuted Palestinian boy in Hebron

Quick-acting police officers save boy's life.

November 6, 2014 19:06

Border guards resuscitate Palestinian boy in Hebron. (photo credit: YOUTUBE SCREENSHOT)


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Border Guard officers on routine patrol in Hebron on Wednesday saved the life of a Palestinian boy after finding him unconscious. 

Officers and a paramedic team quickly ran to the boy, reported the incident and called for additional medical assistance.

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Early examination of the boy showed he was not breathing and had no pulse.

They continued with CPR until ambulances arrived and transported him to the hospital.

Thanks to the efforts of the policemen in those first minutes after the boy's collapse, his life was saved.

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