Romanian paramedic saves tourist from death in Athens

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A Romanian paramedic working at the Inspectorate for Emergency Situations in Romania has saved a woman from certain death in Athens, right near Acropolis.

The tourist suffered a cardiac arrest while visiting the famous sight in the Greek Capital.

The Romanian paramedic performed CPR for 10 minutes, before the Greek Red Cross came to help.

Fortunately, the heart massage and the shocks of the defibrillator have helped the  66-years woman  who came back and was transported to the hospital.

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