"I saw twenty-plus CPRs ongoing at the same time:" responder describes aftermath of crush
April 30, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.
Compression ratio: 39.9%. 1 min read.
Volunteer EMT Kalanit Taub, a first responder at the scene, told CNN there was “non-stop people to care for" in the wake of the crush.
Taub described place where the crush occurred as a "horrific scene," and said that there were people giving CPR everywhere she looked.
Taub, who is also a member of a psychological trauma treatment unit, said she also took care of nearly 100 people in the aftermath of Friday’s incident in addition to performing CPR.
“In seconds it went from a site where people were singing and joyous, to mass chaos, pandemonium and death,” she said.