Firefighters Save Coworker; Remind Everyone To Learn Life-Saving SkillsA South Metro firefighter is back on the job after suffering a sudden cardiac arrest on the job last December.
Firefighters Save One Of Their Own Suffering Spontaneous Cardiac ArrestA group of South Metro firefighters had to save one of their own inside the fire truck they were in while coming back from a medical call.
Trucking Company Learns Firsthand Why It's Good To Know CPRThe owners of a trucking and excavating company in Golden have a new campaign. They are urging the public to learn CPR.
Littleton Public Schools Turns To Red Cross To Get PreparedIt's the scanner traffic no one ever wants to hear: an active shooter is in a school, followed by "This is not a drill."
Cardiac Arrest Survivor Tells Lawmakers More CPR Training NeededA Colorado legislator wants high school students to learn CPR. Her bill would offer grants for "hands-on" training.
And Don't Call Me ShirleyOne place you don't want to have a health issue is at 38,000 feet, but in-flight emergencies happen more often than you think. Now you may not want Leslie Nielson from "Airplane" coming to your aid, but a new study shows doctors are usually on board your flight, and will respond to your needs. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida looks at the statistics of medicine in an airborne cabin.
Red Cross Celebrates 1,000 AEDs In DenverThe Red Cross is celebrating after reaching its goal of installing 1,000 defibrillators in Denver.