VIDEO: Troopers Perform CPR to Revive Woman Who Stopped Breathing, Crashed on Turnpike in Secaucus

Officials released video Tuesday that captured Troopers John Walsh, Kevin Scherba, and Michael Stansfield performing CPR on a 56-year-old woman who stopped breathing due to a medical episode.

According to authorities, on May 21st at 9:30 p.m., troopers responded to the report of a vehicle that went off the roadway southbound on the eastern spur of the New Jersey Turnpike in Secaucus at milepost 113.5.

Officials say when Tpr. Walsh arrived, the victim had no pulse and was not breathing. Tpr. Stansfield arrived shortly after and helped Tpr. Walsh remove the victim from the car and lay her on the the ground where they began CPR. Moments later, Tpr. Scherba arrived and assisted with chest compressions.

Troopers use CPR to Revive Woman who Stopped Breathing

Troopers John Walsh, Kevin Scherba, and Michael Stansfield used CPR to revive a 56-year-old woman who stopped breathing due to a medical episode.

On Monday, May 21, at 9:30 p.m., troopers responded to the report of a vehicle that went off the roadway southbound on the eastern spur of the New Jersey Turnpike in Secaucus at milepost 113.5. When Tpr. Walsh arrived, the victim had no pulse and was not breathing. Tpr. Stansfield arrived shortly after and helped Tpr. Walsh remove the victim from the car and lay her on the the ground where they began CPR. Moments later, Tpr. Scherba arrived and assisted with chest compressions.

After several minutes of CPR, the victim regained a pulse and started to breathe. Secaucus paramedics and local first responders arrived and continued to provide first aid. The victim was transported by ambulance to Hudson County Medical Center and later released.

The Troopers' quick and decisive actions undoubtedly helped save the victim's life!

Great job by all involved!

Posted by New Jersey State Police on Tuesday, June 12, 2018

According to authorities, after several minutes of CPR, the victim regained a pulse and started to breathe. Secaucus paramedics and local first responders arrived and continued to provide first aid.

The victim was transported by ambulance to Hudson County Medical Center and later released.

The Troopers' quick and decisive actions undoubtedly helped save the victim's life!