May 16, 2019

Positivity: Man meets first responders who braved the March snow to save his life

Filed under: Positivity — Tom @ 5:55 am

From Topeka, Kansas:

Posted: May 01, 2019 04:15 PM CDT
Updated: May 01, 2019 06:37 PM CDT

First responders rarely get to find out what happens to the people they help, but one man got the opportunity to thank the men and women who saved his life on Wednesday.

Bob Beaman didn’t know he was having a heart attack when he called 911 back on March 3, and he also didn’t find out until over a month later what those first responders went through to get him the help he needed right away.

Time is always of the essence for first responders but sometimes mother nature can make working fast difficult. That’s what Jessica Shrewsbury with the Shawnee Heights Fire Department recalls when the weather knocked out their communication systems and made it hard to get around back in early March.

“Just several inches of snow and it backed up the road conditions a little bit, took me a little longer to get there, took the ambulance a little longer because of the conditions,” said Shrewsbury.

Beaman met with the people who saved his life at St. Francis Hopsital to thank them for their hard work.

The first responders and hospital staff were also awarded for their fast thinking.

Shrewsbury says she almost never gets the chance to catch up with the people she helps. …

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