Collapsed high school hockey player revived by college EMT

someone said she fell, then she tried to get up, then she collapsed. It was the Premier Prep League championship game and in the middle of it all. Coach Bill’s manual saw a player fall awkwardly on the ice, not because of a collision, but because she had stopped breathing. Zoe Sternberg, a student from ST Catherine University was the EMT on site and rushed over to the girl. She couldn’t find a pulse so she started CPR I think okay, she’s going to come back, she’s going to come back and she isn’t coming, she isn’t coming. But Zoe didn’t give up after what seemed like an eternity even though it lasted about three minutes the girl finally opened her eyes and then all of a sudden she took that deep breath and her eyes just didn’t will never forget that look of oh my god what happened? I remember watching Zoe the MT And I just looked at her and I said you just saved that girl’s life in a statement Monday is always said I’m glad the athlete is okay and i ‘ve had the training to be able to help her. It was only my second day on the job and I was in the right place at the right time. I think the most important thing is that she kept everyone calm. Assistant Arena Manager Courtney Stephens says the arena was as quiet as she had ever heard it be while Zoe played CPR Courtney says it’s a good reminder that anything can happen during a hockey game and that it’s essential to have the right people on hand, even if you hope you never have to use them. The arena also has three ADS. And although someone brought one to the ice, it wasn’t necessary. Oh, that’s huge for peace of mind. Uh, because things can happen to players, things can happen to parents, to spectators. You know, even the people here. Thank you.

VIDEO: Student who just started an EMT job brings to life a collapsed high school hockey player

A student is credited with saving the life of a high school hockey player in Minnesota after collapsing on the ice. It happened Sunday afternoon at Blaine’s Super Rink, during a girls’ hockey game. get up and then she collapsed, “said coach Bill Manuel. It was the Premier Prep League championship game. And in the midst of it all, Manuel saw a player awkwardly fall onto the ice, not because of a collision but because she had stopped breathing. Zoe Sternberg, a student at St. Catherine’s University, was the EMT there and rushed over to the girl. She couldn’t smell. her pulse so she started CPR. “I thought, okay, she’s going to come back,” Manuel said. “She’s going to come back. But she won’t come back. She won’t be coming back. “But Sternberg didn’t give up. After what seemed like forever, even though it lasted about 3 minutes, the girl finally opened her eyes.” Suddenly she took a deep breath. inspiration and her eyes… I’ll never forget that look of ‘Oh my God what happened?’ “Manuel said.” I remember looking at Zoe the EMT. I just looked at her and said, “You just saved that girl’s life.” “In a statement Monday, Sternberg said,“ I’m glad the athlete is doing well and training to be able to l ‘to help. It was only my second day on the job, and I was in the right place at the right time. The great thing is that she kept everyone calm, ”said Courtney Stevens, assistant arena manager at Super Rink. Stevens said the arena was as quiet as she had ever heard it sounded while Sternberg performed CPR. The arena also has three AEDs. And even if someone brought one on the ice, it wasn’t necessary. “It’s huge for peace of mind. Things can happen to players. Things can happen to parents, to spectators. Even to people here,” Stevens said. The player who collapses is a high school student. She was taken to Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids and kept overnight. Doctors were doing tests on her heart, but she is expected to be fine.

A student is credited with saving the life of a high school hockey player in Minnesota after she collapsed on the ice.

It happened Sunday afternoon at Blaine’s Super Rink, during a women’s hockey game.

“Someone said she fell and then tried to get up and collapsed,” said coach Bill Manuel.

It was the Premier Prep League championship game. And in the midst of it all, Manuel saw a player awkwardly fall onto the ice, not because of a collision but because she had stopped breathing.

Zoe Sternberg, a student at St. Catherine’s University, was the EMT on site and rushed over to the girl. She couldn’t feel her pulse so she started CPR.

“I thought, OK, she’s going to come back,” Manuel said. “She’s going to come back. But she’s not coming. She’s not coming.”

But Sternberg didn’t give up. After what seemed like an eternity, even though it lasted about 3 minutes, the girl finally opened her eyes.

“All of a sudden she took a deep breath and her eyes… I’ll never forget that look of ‘Oh my God, what happened?’” Manuel said. “I remember looking at Zoe the EMT. I just looked at her and said, ‘You just saved that girl’s life.'”

In a statement on Monday, Sternberg said: “I am glad the athlete is doing well and that I have had the training to be able to help him. It was only my second day on the job and I was on the right one. place. at the right time. “

“I have to congratulate Zoe. Thinking fast. Take action. Practicing. Most importantly, she kept everyone calm,” said Courtney Stevens, deputy director of the arena at the Super Rink.

Stevens said the arena was as quiet as she had ever heard it before while Sternberg performed CPR.

The arena also has three AEDs. And while someone brought one out on the ice, it wasn’t necessary.

“It’s huge for peace of mind. Things can happen to players. Things can happen to parents, to spectators. Even to people here,” Stevens said.

The player who collapses is a high school student. She was taken to Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids and kept overnight. Doctors were doing tests on her heart, but she is expected to be fine.

Catherine J. Martinez