Canaveral, Brevard Fire Rescue Receive ‘Code Save’ Award for Reviving Man Who Went Into Cardiac Arrest

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The entire team received award for efforts in reviving young husband and father

On June 1, 2020, crews from Canaveral Fire Rescue and Brevard County Fire Rescue responded to a 29-year-old male jogger who went into cardiac arrest. Fast forward to today where that same patient, his wife, and young child expressed their gratitude for saving his life this morning at the Brevard County Fire Rescue TJ Mills Fire Rescue Center in Rockledge. (BCFR image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – On June 1, 2020, crews from Canaveral Fire Rescue and Brevard County Fire Rescue responded to a 29-year-old male jogger who went into cardiac arrest.

Fast forward to today where that same patient, his wife, and young child expressed their gratitude for saving his life this morning at the Brevard County Fire Rescue TJ Mills Fire Rescue Center in Rockledge.

The entire team received a Code Save award for their efforts in reviving this young husband and father.

Stories like these are a true testament to our commitment to provide quality EMS care to the citizens of Brevard County; it truly takes a team effort.

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Fast forward to today where that same patient, his wife, and young child expressed their gratitude for saving his life this morning at the Brevard County Fire Rescue TJ Mills Fire Rescue Center in Rockledge. (BCFR image)

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