Two officers in Bristol were recognized for saving a man’s life over the summer.
On June 14th, 2018, units responded to a medical call on Goodwin Street.
There, it was reported that a man was in a locked bathroom and that he was not responding to his wife.
The man was found to be unconscious and in cardiac arrest.
Officers Zachary Levine and Dustin Demonte began two-person CPR.
During this, the man regained a pulse and started breathing on his own.
The man was then transported to a local hospital and is now reported to be doing well.
The two were awarded the lifesaving commendation and were named police officers of the year.
Great work by these two heroes!