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

John Gill had a cardiac arrest in the supermarket. But, luckily for him, a fellow shopper remembered to carry out hard and fast chest compressions to the beat of Stayin' Alive by the Bee Gees after watching the British Heart Foundation advert, starring Vinnie Jones.

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 4 of 4) John's story

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

John Gill had a cardiac arrest in the supermarket. But, luckily for him, a fellow shopper remembered to carry out hard and fast chest compressions to the beat of Stayin' Alive by the Bee Gees after watching the British Heart Foundation advert, starring Vinnie Jones.

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

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

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  2. Great adverts , lovely story , but what was going on with the editing on
    this . I just wanted to see the man face on to hear his story . All I got
    were a series of bloody annoying shots of the side of his head . Was the
    director or editor bored with such a simple idea and decided to dabble with
    such a simple face to camera concept .

  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.

    1. +specop exspecop its normally with broken ribs, specially the older people
      are! our bones get “crispy” and break easier… so no keep going even tho
      you might break it … even tho you break it…

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