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CPR saves lives. Barellan Point man Trevor Stephens owes his life to the quick thinking of his family when he collapsed recently. Early, effective CPR ensured Trevor had a fighting chance ahead of paramedics arriving. Critical Care Paramedic Adrian Giel

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CPR saves lives. Barellan Point man Trevor Stephens owes his life to the quick thinking of his family when he collapsed recently. Early, effective CPR ensured Trevor had a fighting chance ahead of paramedics arriving. Critical Care Paramedic Adrian Gielis, along with his Advanced Care Paramedic counterparts Chris Curtis, Nicole Carr and Miranda Richards reunited with Trevor and his grateful family and said his survival was remarkable. “It’s made our day to catch up with Trevor and his wonderful family. This is the best possible outcome and reinforces for everyone that emergencies can happen anywhere at any time. You could be sitting around the table enjoying a meal just as they were. Knowing CPR, and calling Triple Zero (000) immediately makes all the difference,” he said. “As a father myself, stories like Trevor’s really hit home. Please take a moment to think about your loved ones and learn this vital skill - it just might be their life you save.” A special thanks to Channel 7 Ipswich for this great story.