Photo Credits: Secaucus Police Dept. Secaucus Police Chief Dennis Miller says that on June 12 at 8:33 A.M., the Secaucus Police Department received a medical alarm at Long Shot Gun Range, located at 375 County Avenue.
Upon his arrival, Police Officer Philip Caruso found the victim not breathing and no pulse could be found. Police Officer Caruso began Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). At this time, Police Officers Matthew Kirvin and Kristen Bronowich arrived and assisted with CPR. While performing CPR, the officers utilized their Automated External Defibrillator (AED) and administered two “shocks” to the victim and a pulse was found shortly thereafter by Hudson Regional Hospital EMT’s who also arrived on the scene.
The victim was transported to the hospital and at the time of this press release he is in stable condition in the Intensive Care Unit. “I am extremely proud of these officers and commend their determination in performing these lifesaving measures. I am especially proud that these officers utilized their training and the equipment provided to them, worked as a team and were able to bring this victim back to life,” Chief Dennis Miller said.