SANTA CLARITA (CBSLA.com) — An emergency medical technician saved the same man on two occasions while he was off the job.
About six months ago, Tyler Rosser said he was playing softball when a player on a nearby field collapsed in cardiac arrest.
Rosser gave the man CPR and used a portable defibrillator to try and jump-start his heart.
“Within a couple minutes, he regained a pulse and was breathing on his own,” he said.
CBS2’s Adrianna Weingold reported that two days ago, the same man’s heart stopped beating for a second time.
Rosser was there once again.
“Not just once, but for someone to come back twice, I just feel blessed to have that opportunity to be able to make an impact like that,” he said.
Rosser said he’s amazed he was in the right place at the right time two times.
“I couldn’t believe it because he’s been playing softball every Sunday since then and who knows how many games he’s played and I haven’t see him,” he said.
The man Rosser helped is in the hospital and is expected to be okay.