Milford officers hailed for life-saving response at local hotel

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MILFORD — On December 31, two Milford police officers were credited with saving the life of a 26-year-old man in medical distress at The Fairfield Inn on Fortune Boulevard.

The Milford Public Safety Communications Center received a distress call at approximately 12:03 a.m., prompting Officers Michael Johnson and Brendan Campbell to respond immediately.

Upon their arrival, they forced entry into a bathroom where they found the unresponsive man.

Without hesitation, the officers began CPR, a critical move that sustained the man’s life.

After the initial emergency care provided by the officers, the patient was handed over to the care of Community EMS and the Milford Fire Department.

The coordinated effort resulted in the patient’s transportation to UMASS Memorial Medical Center for further treatment.

The Milford Police Department has publicly acknowledged the quick actions and life-saving measures performed by Officers Johnson and Campbell.

Their prompt response and adept handling of the situation led to the patient’s successful resuscitation and full recovery of cognitive functions.

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