Policeman 45 Minute CPR Saves Unconscious Monkey Heatwave

The Uttar Pradesh (UP) police saved the monkey’s life with cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Vikas Tomar, 51, a senior constable of Bulandshahr’s Chhatar police station, revived the poor primate after a relentless effort that lasted 45 minutes after he fainted. The video shows the police pressing on the chest and giving water to the monkey.

‘I pumped the chest for almost 45 minutes, occasionally massaging and pouring small amounts of water into the mouth.’

The Good Samaritan has since gone viral on social media and has been praised for his compassion and dedication. User X praised Tomar for going above and beyond the call of duty and showing humanity and kindness.’

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We need to see more of this kind of heroism in the world. Hats off to Officer Tomar for his selfless actions! read the comment.
Another wrote: “This story just made my day! A legend of a man! It takes real courage and heart to jump in and save a spirit like that. I mean, pump someone’s chest for 45 minutes straight and not let up until you see signs of life? You are a true hero in every sense of the word!

This is not the first time a monkey has been rescued in India, in 2021 he rescued a severely injured monkey on his way home from work when he found the animal hanging from a tree in Perambalur.

He hurried to check if the monkey attacked by the stray dogs was still there. Earlier this month, a CPR video surfaced showing him giving an animal a full minute before it started breathing.

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