British Heart Foundation – Vinnie Jones CPR TV advert saved my life (episode 3 of 4) Bob’s story

Bob Taylor was at work when he had a cardiac arrest. His quick-thinking colleague immediately started CPR and remembered the British Heart Foundation's advert telling bystanders to push hard and fast in the centre of the chest to Stayin' Alive by the Bee Gees.

Watch the full series:

Alan's story – Vinnie Jones CPR TV advert saved my life (episode 1 of 4)…

Graham's story – Vinnie Jones CPR TV advert saved my life (episode 2 of 4)…

Bob's story – Vinnie Jones CPR TV advert saved my life (episode 3 of 4)…

John's story – Vinnie Jones CPR TV advert saved my life (episode 4 of 4)…

Watch the original Vinnie Jones TV advert here…

British Heart Foundation - Vinnie Jones CPR TV advert saved my life (episode 3 of 4) Bob's story

http://www.bhf.org.uk/handsonlyCPR

Bob Taylor was at work when he had a cardiac arrest. His quick-thinking colleague immediately started CPR and remembered the British Heart Foundation's advert telling bystanders to push hard and fast in the centre of the chest to Stayin' Alive by the Bee Gees.

Watch the full series:

Alan's story - Vinnie Jones CPR TV advert saved my life (episode 1 of 4)...
http://youtu.be/M2STeerbaWA

Graham's story - Vinnie Jones CPR TV advert saved my life (episode 2 of 4)...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8JDz3DaEbg

Bob's story - Vinnie Jones CPR TV advert saved my life (episode 3 of 4)...
http://youtu.be/YJhaXhaC-hU

John's story - Vinnie Jones CPR TV advert saved my life (episode 4 of 4)...
http://youtu.be/0QS4OgCSRvY

Watch the original Vinnie Jones TV advert here...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILxjxfB4zNk&feature=plcp

8 thoughts on “British Heart Foundation – Vinnie Jones CPR TV advert saved my life (episode 3 of 4) Bob’s story

  1. i´m not sure if he is the perfect ambassador for something serious like
    this issue, next week he plays the gangster idiot in another third-class
    action movie…the concepts of the spots are great nevertheless.

  2. Jones’s wife Tanya had a heart transplant nearly 25 years ago, after her
    heart collapsed when she was in labour. “I got involved because of my
    connection,” he explaines. “It’s a very important thing. If someone keels
    over on the street in front of you, you can save their life.”

  3. Chest compressions are most important. If the cas has only been down for a
    few mins, do pumps first, this is good for about 5-7 mins. Then best to
    give some oxygen & continue pumps. Cracking a rib is OK, but a little
    backoff then.

  4. Lol. Well at least people remember cpr with this guy in it. A gangster
    performing cpr is always funny as hell.

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