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Family, 911 operator, firefighters, EMTs help save life

By Dean Shalhoup | May 23, 2020
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS Patty Whitney gets a big hug from her husband, Alan, as AMR regional director Chris Stawasz looks on during the ceremony at which Patty Whitney thanked AMR and Nashua firefighters who teamed up to save her life recently.
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS AMR paramedic Roger Chauvette helps Patty Whitney mount a certificate to The Tomorrow Wall, which AMR created in their Nashua headquarters to celebrate calls on which crews save patients who suffer full cardiac arrest. At left is Paramedic Luis Torres.
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS Nashua resident Patty Whitney, whose life was saved by the actions of Nashua firefighters and AMR personnel, along with her husband and son, writes a message on a certficate that AMR posted on The Tomorrow Wall, a space at its Nashua headquarters that pays tribute to lives saved.
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS Patty Whitney and her husband Alan, standing in front, are joined by the Nashua firefighters and AMR paramedics who brought Patty back from full cardiac arrest and saved her life recently.
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS The names of the Nashua firefighters and AMR paramedics who saved the life of Patty Whitney recently are listed on a certificate that AMR posted on The Tomorrow Wall, a space in its Nashua headquarters that pays tribute to crews who successfully save the lives of patients in cardiac arrest.
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS AMR regional director Chris Stawasz talks with Patty Whitney, whose life was saved by Nashua firefighters and an AMR crew when they successfully brought her back from full cardiac arrest recently.

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