People across Los Angeles County Thursday learned lifesaving “hands only” cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) techniques.
Two LAPD officers of the 77th Division were just about to conclude a routine day on patrol when they ended up saving the life of a young toddler in South Los Angeles on Saturday.
A 9-year-old South Pasadena boy was recognized Thursday for helping to save his younger sister as she choked on a grape.
A 2-year-old boy is ready for Christmas, thanks to the presence of an El Monte Police corporal who was ready with his CPR training.
An audit says the Los Angeles Police Department has been failing to provide first aid and CPR retraining courses for thousands of its officers.
Lawmakers are sending a bill to Gov. Jerry Brown that would bar employers from having policies that prohibit offering life-saving medical help in an emergency.
A 17-year-old Orange County girl Tuesday received the 2013 911 Youth Hero award.
Authorities Sunday said a toddler accidentally drowned in the backyard pool of a Yorba Linda home.
Bakersfield police said no criminal charges will be filed against anyone connected to an independent living home where a nurse refused a 911 dispatcher’s pleas to perform CPR on a dying 87-year-old resident.
The company whose employee refused to administer CPR to a dying woman said Tuesday that the employee wrongly interpreted its policy. But the elderly woman’s family said she would not have wanted life-prolonging aid.
A nurse’s refusal to give CPR to a dying 87-year-old woman at a Bakersfield independent living community has raised concerns about policies at certain senior facilities.
Two LAPD officers who patrol the Topanga area are being hailed as heroes for helping save the life of a 83-year-old woman.
A year-old child is in grave condition after being pulled unconscious from a backyard pool in Moreno Valley Thursday afternoon.
Authorities say a 16-year old male, who was in Southern California vacationing from Russia, died after a collision of two watercraft at Pyramid Lake in Castaic Sunday afternoon.
Hollywood resident Keith Levidow said he had just stepped out of his apartment building when he collapsed. A stranger jogging by administered CPR while neighbors called 911. Levidow said he now wants to find the man who saved his life.