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First picture of premature baby saved by heroic Asda security guard …

This is the first picture of a premature baby who stopped breathing in an Asda1 supermarket and was saved by a hero security guard. Store guard Shaun Walsh and off-duty hospital worker Neil Franklin leapt into action to revive little Ronny Auckland in the store s chilled aisle on Boxing Day. The pair have now been hailed as heroes after the baby’s2 mum, Terri-ann Russell Auckland, claimed that their swift action saved the life of her son.

Ronny, who was born 13 weeks early in September, is being treated in hospital after his ordeal at the store in Grimsby, Lincs. Shaun, 44, a trained first-aider, told how he and hospital technician Neil saved Ronny, who had been suffering from bronchitis and had mucus blocking his airways. He said: I was giving chest compressions and the other gent got his airways going.

Asda hero Shaun Walsh

Shaun was alerted by fellow staff and immediately starting giving Ronny cardiopulmonary resuscitation on the floor of the aisle, while hospital medic Neil blew into the baby s mouth. Minutes later paramedics from East Midlands Ambulance Service were on the scene and the infant was taken to hospital, reports the Grimsby Telegraph3 . Terri-ann, 31, of Weelsby Street said: I can t thank them enough . I owe them everything for saving my boy s life.

They deserve all the praise in the world for what they did.

You don t know what to do is that situation . I just froze .

Luckily they were there. The mother-of-two boys said: It just shows how everyone should be trained in First Aid.


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Today she was at Ronny s bedside in the Rainforest ward of the hospital. Shaun, who has worked for Asda for nine years said his firm regularly updated his First Aid training.

He said: A staff member came running to me and said there was a boy not breathing.

When I got there his face was blue . There was a crowd of people around him so we got them out the way and myself and the off-duty medic got him breathing again . I was giving chest compressions and the other gent got his airways going . There are not many people who would have been able to do it.

But because we are trained it worked.

It paid off . It shows we are not just big bad security guards, there to get abuse from people. Shaun, 44, said: We just do what we are trained to do . You cope with whatever you are faced with .

We don t just take abuse from people who are doing something wrong . We help people as well. He told how the hospital medic shook his hand and thanked him and left the store. Shaun also went back to work to complete his shift.

He had not originally be allocated the shift on Boxing Day but volunteered his services that day. The mother posted a message on social media to thank Shaun and the other lifesaver in which she said Big thank you to Shaun and the other guy . I don t know what I would have done without you. She had been at Asda with her sister Sara Geddes to buy balloons for her other son Bobby s 7th birthday yesterday.

Asda s people trading manager, Moira Pembleton said: We are all incredibly proud of Shaun . he did an amazing job . Everyone else around was running around but he stayed calm throughout .

It was an emotional moment for everyone.

References

  1. ^ Asda (www.mirror.co.uk)
  2. ^ baby’s (www.mirror.co.uk)
  3. ^ Grimsby Telegraph (www.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk)

Heroic Asda security guard and off-duty medic save life of premature baby who stopped breathing

A heroic security guard and an off-duty medic were in the right place at the right time when a premature baby suddenly stopped breathing in an Asda1 supermarket. The pair have now been hailed as heroes after the baby’s2 mum, Terri-ann Russell Auckland, claimed that their swift action saved the life of her son. Ronny Auckland was born 13 weeks early in October and had developed bronchitis.

He began having breathing difficulties in the chilled aisle of Asda s Holles Street store in Grimsby around 2pm on Boxing Day. Security guard, Shaun Walsh, who is a trained First Aider was alerted by fellow staff and immediately starting giving Ronny cardiopulmonary resuscitation on the floor of the aisle, while hospital medic, Neil Franklin, blew into the baby s mouth. Minutes later paramedics from East Midlands Ambulance Service were on the scene and the infant was taken to hospital, reports the Grimsby Telegraph3 .

Terri-ann, 31, of Weelsby Street said: I can t thank them enough . I owe them everything for saving my boy s life.

They deserve all the praise in the world for what they did.

You don t know what to do is that situation . I just froze . Luckily they were there. The mother-of-two boys said: It just shows how everyone should be trained in First Aid.

Terri-ann Russell Auckland was shopping with her 13-week-old son, Ronny, when he suddenly had trouble breathing

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Today she was at Ronny s bedside in the Rainforest ward of the hospital. Shaun, who has worked for Asda for nine years said his firm regularly updated his First Aid training. He said: A staff member came running to me and said there was a boy not breathing.

When I got there his face was blue . There was a crowd of people around him so we got them out the way and myself and the off-duty medic got him breathing again . I was giving chest compressions and the other gent got his airways going .

There are not many people who would have been able to do it.

But because we are trained it worked.

It paid off . It shows we are not just big bad security guards, there to get abuse from people. Shaun, 44, said: We just do what we are trained to do . You cope with whatever you are faced with . We don t just take abuse from people who are doing something wrong . We help people as well.

He told how the hospital medic shook his hand and thanked him and left the store. Shaun also went back to work to complete his shift. He had not originally be allocated the shift on Boxing Day but volunteered his services that day.

The mother posted a message on social media to thank Shaun and the other lifesaver in which she said Big thank you to Shaun and the other guy . I don t know what I would have done without you. She had been at Asda with her sister Sara Geddes to buy balloons for her other son Bobby s 7th birthday yesterday. Asda s people trading manager, Moira Pembleton said: We are all incredibly proud of Shaun .

he did an amazing job . Everyone else around was running around but he stayed calm throughout . It was an emotional moment for everyone.

References

  1. ^ Asda (www.mirror.co.uk)
  2. ^ baby’s (www.mirror.co.uk)
  3. ^ Grimsby Telegraph (www.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk)

Heroic Asda security guard and off-duty medic save life of premature …

A heroic security guard and an off-duty medic were in the right place at the right time when a premature baby suddenly stopped breathing in an Asda1 supermarket. The pair have now been hailed as heroes after the baby’s2 mum, Terri-ann Russell Auckland, claimed that their swift action saved the life of her son. Ronny Auckland was born 13 weeks early in October and had developed bronchitis.

He began having breathing difficulties in the chilled aisle of Asda s Holles Street store in Grimsby around 2pm on Boxing Day. Security guard, Shaun Walsh, who is a trained First Aider was alerted by fellow staff and immediately starting giving Ronny cardiopulmonary resuscitation on the floor of the aisle, while hospital medic, Neil Franklin, blew into the baby s mouth. Minutes later paramedics from East Midlands Ambulance Service were on the scene and the infant was taken to hospital, reports the Grimsby Telegraph3 .

Terri-ann, 31, of Weelsby Street said: I can t thank them enough . I owe them everything for saving my boy s life.

They deserve all the praise in the world for what they did.

You don t know what to do is that situation . I just froze . Luckily they were there. The mother-of-two boys said: It just shows how everyone should be trained in First Aid.

Terri-ann Russell Auckland was shopping with her 13-week-old son, Ronny, when he suddenly had trouble breathing

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Today she was at Ronny s bedside in the Rainforest ward of the hospital. Shaun, who has worked for Asda for nine years said his firm regularly updated his First Aid training. He said: A staff member came running to me and said there was a boy not breathing.

When I got there his face was blue . There was a crowd of people around him so we got them out the way and myself and the off-duty medic got him breathing again . I was giving chest compressions and the other gent got his airways going .

There are not many people who would have been able to do it.

But because we are trained it worked.

It paid off . It shows we are not just big bad security guards, there to get abuse from people. Shaun, 44, said: We just do what we are trained to do . You cope with whatever you are faced with . We don t just take abuse from people who are doing something wrong . We help people as well.

He told how the hospital medic shook his hand and thanked him and left the store. Shaun also went back to work to complete his shift. He had not originally be allocated the shift on Boxing Day but volunteered his services that day.

The mother posted a message on social media to thank Shaun and the other lifesaver in which she said Big thank you to Shaun and the other guy . I don t know what I would have done without you. She had been at Asda with her sister Sara Geddes to buy balloons for her other son Bobby s 7th birthday yesterday. Asda s people trading manager, Moira Pembleton said: We are all incredibly proud of Shaun .

he did an amazing job . Everyone else around was running around but he stayed calm throughout . It was an emotional moment for everyone.

References

  1. ^ Asda (www.mirror.co.uk)
  2. ^ baby’s (www.mirror.co.uk)
  3. ^ Grimsby Telegraph (www.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk)