FLORISSANT, Mo. (KMOX) – A Florissant police officer and three staff members are being credited with saving the life of a middle school student, who had stopped breathing and had no pulse after suffering a seizure.
Cross Keys Middle School resource officer Kim Berry and physical education teacher Scott McMurry began CPR, then the principal and nurse arrived with an Automated External Defribulator.
It happened March 31, but police are just releasing the details.
The student is expected to make a full recovery.
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