Monday, December 14, 2015

ATHS Guard Revived After Student Fight



A Greece Central School District security guard suffered a heart attack Monday morning after breaking up a fight in a high school cafeteria.

According to a statement released by the district, the security guard at Greece Athena High School went into cardiac arrest after breaking up a fight between two girls.
The guard had to be resuscitated by two school nurses using CPR. He was taken to the hospital for evaluation.
According to the district, the school was in a lockdown during the medical emergency, but the measure was lifted shortly thereafter.
The guard is recovering at the hospital.
A 16 year old female student was later arrested and charged with harassment and disorderly conduct.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

One step closer to uniformed cops in all our secondary buildings full time.

SCATS said...

It's been brought to our attention that the AED unit in the building was NOT in operating condition at the time when it was needed.

Can you spell MAJOR LAWSUIT?

Anonymous said...

It is my understanding the AED saved this individual

Anonymous said...

The AED was used to save this individual from what I've heard.

Anonymous said...

1)Rumors and posts recently removed from a local mainstream news channel's website are that nurses "did nothing" and it was the retired uniformed cop who saved the day?!
2)DOWNLOAD DATA from AED - It tells the tale!!!
3)Did our local reporters interview GVA EMTs as to why AED shocks were delayed?? Did someone ignore pleas to "clear for shocks"? Physical force used to enable AED actuation?
4)Custodian is the hero here!!!

SCATS said...

To 4:35 & 4:36PM ~~ That's not what has been reported by media. Another security guard & two school nurses took turns giving CPR.

To 5:27PM ~~ What did he do?

Anonymous said...

I am confused and concerned by the orchestrated dog and pony put on by the district for wham today when compared to last nights postings by an individual with a familiar name on their website, but now since removed.
It appears from the video on wham that a key is necessary to remove the AED - did anyone else see the same thing?


SCATS said...

To 9:01PM ~~ Yup, a lock keeps the AED in the box decorating the wall.