Doctor brings Metro passenger back to life

A man collapsed on a Metro Line 10 train recently and his heart stopped beating.

Edited and translated by Zhang Yang. Polished by Andy Boreham. 

A doctor at a Metro station in Shanghai brought a fellow passenger back to life on August 6.

The man collapsed on a subway train and his heart stopped beating. Metro staff and other passengers quickly carried him out of the carriage.

Luckily a doctor happened to be waiting at the platform and was able to quickly perform CPR, bringing the man back to life.

He is now in a stable condition at a local hospital.

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