In a heroic incident, Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel saved the life of a passenger who fell down after a cardiac arrest at Domestic Terminal of Mumbai Airport. Assistant Sub-inspector (ASI) Mohit Kumar Sharma along with other CISF officers acted instantly to save the man’s life by giving him cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).

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The man was later shifted to Nanavati Hospital in Mumbai and according to doctors, his condition is stable now.

The prompt action of Mohit Kumar was recorded on the CCTV camera. CISF took to the micro-blogging site to share the news and applaud the act of their personnel. The tweet reads, “#CISF personnel saved the life of a passenger who fell down due to cardiac arrest at Domestic Terminal of Mumbai Airport.#CISF ASI/Exe Mohit Kumar Sharma rushed to unconscious passenger & immediately gave CPR to him. Prompt response of #CISF personnel saved the life of a passenger.”

The passenger named Satyanarayana Gubbala from Andhra Pradesh was scheduled to fly from Mumbai to Hyderabad but suddenly collapsed near Terminal- 2 at the Mumbai Airport after the heart attack on October 26.

After Mohit Kumar saved his life, the message of the medical emergency was immediately passed on to Mumbai International Airport Ltd (MIAL) medical team.

Watch the video here:

ASI Mohit Kumar was deployed at the airport as a screener and quickly gave CPR to the passenger for several minutes till the medical team arrived at the spot with their kit.

Later, the MIAL doctor attended the patient and provided him with necessary first-aid. The medical team kept him at the airport medical room for some time until his health was stabilised before shifting him to the hospital in a GVK ambulance.

The prompt act of providing CPR timely by the CISF personnel was appreciated by the fellow passengers and the airport medical team.