Off-duty medic saves cyclists life after collision with Land Rover.

A man in his 30s collided with a Land Rover in south west London at around 6:30pm. An off-duty anaesthetist helped save the cyclist’s life by giving CPR after the incident occurred. 

The patient started breathing after CPR was given which allowed time for the ambulance and the fast response paramedics to arrive at the scene. The Police said the cyclist suffered serious facial injuries from the accident and he was taken to a major trauma centre by ambulance. 

Witnesses said that if the off duty anaesthetist hadn’t administered CPR then the outcome could’ve been much more severe. He, along with another member of the public, gave the cyclist CPR, they both contributed greatly to saving his life.

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