cbs4 My 33 Header Logo

CPR

Dr. Vincenzo Novara, Pulmonologist with Tenet Florida Hospitals (Source: CBS4)

Focus On South Florida: If You Have A Minute, You Can Save A Life

“If you have a minute, you can save a life,” that’s the message from the American Heart Association. The Association is pulling out all the stops this months to train Americans in lifesaving “hands-only” CPR. In the show viewers will see just how easy it can be to save someone’s life.

06/16/2014

The Seven Mile Bridge in The Florida Keys

MCSO: Two People Died After Snorkeling In FL Keys

It has been a deadly few days in the Florida Keys for snorkelers.

05/17/2014

Photo by: Al Diaz, Miami Herald Photographer

Aunt That Saved Baby’s Life Honored For Her Efforts

The brave aunt who helped to save her 5-month-old nephew when he stopped breathing while traveling along the Dolphin Expressway received an award Saturday.

03/15/2014

Pinecrest Police Chief Samuel Ceballos has recommended the termination of Officer Ana Carrasco. (Source: Pinecrest Police)

Pinecrest Officer Accused Of Failing To Help Crash Victims Keeps Her Job

A Pinecrest police officer accused of failing to render aid at the scene of a deadly accident will get to keep her job.

03/06/2014

Sweetwater police oficer Amauris Bastidas who helped save a baby on the side of a highway will be honored Monday evening at the department’s headquarters for his efforts.  (Source: CBS4)

Sweetwater Cop Honored For Helping Save Baby’s Life

The Sweetwater police officer who helped save a baby who had stopped breathing on a South Florida expressway last month was honored at a commission meeting Monday night.

CBS4–03/03/2014

Pinecrest Police Chief Samuel Ceballos has recommended the termination of Officer Ana Carrasco. (Source: Pinecrest Police)

Pinecrest Officer Fights For Her Job

A Pinecrest officer is fighting for her job after her Police Chief recommended that she be fired after she was apparently caught on camera failing to render aid after a horrific accident.

02/24/2014

(Credit: Thinkstock)

FHP Trooper, Police Officer Help Save Crash Victim’s Life

A Florida Highway Patrol trooper and a Miami Beach police officer are credited with saving a man’s life over the weekend.

CBS Miami–02/24/2014

Miami-Dade Fire Paramedic Lt. Alvaro Tonanez helps rescue 5-month-old Sebastian de la Cruz who stopped breathing while riding in the car with his aunt, Pamela Rauseo, 37, right  on Thursday, February 20, 2014.  At left is Lucila Godoy, who stopped her car to assist with CPR in the rescue.  Photo by: Al Diaz, Miami Herald Staff

Aunt Of Rescued Baby Urges CPR Training For All

The aunt of the baby boy who stopped breathing on the Dolphin Expressway on Thursday afternoon explained a similar scare with her own son seven years ago prompted her to get the CPR training that would ultimately save her nephew’s life.

02/21/2014

Miami-Dade Fire Paramedic Lt. Alvaro Tonanez helps rescue 5-month-old Sebastian de la Cruz who stopped breathing while riding in the car with his aunt, Pamela Rauseo, 37, right  on Thursday, February 20, 2014.  At left is Lucila Godoy, who stopped her car to assist with CPR in the rescue.  Photo by: Al Diaz, Miami Herald Staff

Motorists Rush To Help Unconscious Baby On Dolphin Expressway

Traffic came to a grinding halt Thursday afternoon on the Dolphin Expressway as a woman fled her car desperate for help to save a baby.

02/20/2014

Pinecrest Police Chief Samuel Ceballos has recommended the termination of Officer Ana Carrasco. (Source: Pinecrest Police)

Pinecrest Officer Ready To Fight Recommendation To Be Fired

CBS4 has learned a Pinecrest officer is fighting back after her Police Chief recommended that she be fired after she was apparently caught on camera failing to render aid after a horrific accident.

02/13/2014

more