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IrelandHero nurse who saved Dublin bus driver’s life to be nominated for National Bravery Award

10:50  06 march  2019
10:50  06 march  2019 Source:   evoke.ie

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Heroic Irish nurse saved life of Dublin Bus driver who suffered heart attack behind the wheel The brave woman prevented further disaster by stopping the vehicle

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A hero nurse who saved the life of a Dublin bus driver is to be nominated for a National Bravery Award by the Lord Mayor of Dublin . And the Irish Independent reports Dublin Bus drivers have organised a collection as a way of saying thank you to the 24-year-old.

Hero nurse who saved Dublin bus driver’s life to be nominated for National Bravery Award © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland A hero nurse whose quick thinking helped safe the life of a Dublin bus driver is to be nominated for a National Bravery Award by the Lord Mayor of Dublin.

Aoife McGivney has been praised for her calm response after the driver fell unconscious behind the wheel of the bus on Westmoreland Street on Monday.

Driver Martin Christie suffered a heart attack while driving the bus filled with passengers.

Ms McGivney managed to get his foot off the accelerator to stop the bus, then she administered CPR before emergency services arrived at the scene.

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Mater Hospital nurse , Aoife McGivney, is to be nominated for her bravery following an incident on Dublin Bus on Monday. The skilled nurse was quick on her feet earlier in the week when Dublin Bus driver , Martin Cristie, fell unconscious behind the wheel. Rushing to his rescue, Aoife was able to

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It is understood the driver, Martin Christie, from Finglas in Dublin, is recovering well in the Mater Hospital.

Hero nurse who saved Dublin bus driver’s life to be nominated for National Bravery Award © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland

And the Irish Independent reports Dublin Bus drivers have organised a collection as a way of saying thank you to the 24-year-old.

Earlier this week Aoife told Ryan Tubridy: ‘Everyone was panicked on the bus. So I ran up, there was a lady already at the front of the bus, saying “There’s something wrong with him.”.’

‘I realised he was unconscious and he was making jerking movements, his breathing was very poor, he wasn’t well. Rolling straight through the red light onto O’Connell Bridge.’

‘There were people jogging next to the bus, looking into us, and we were just like “What do we do?” I was able to reach in and pull his window down, I was just shaking him, trying to move his legs in case they were on any peddles.’

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‘Eventually the bus cut out when he wasn’t touching any peddles. We didn’t know how to open the doors. We needed to get him out and onto flat ground. We had him in recovery position first, monitored his breathing and his heart rate, and then we noticed he’d stopped both so we started CPR.’

‘I called for people to ring the ambulance and they were amazing, they got there so quick.’

The Ballinteer woman added: ‘With the help of the fire brigade and the ambulance, we were able to safe his life. He was up talking and conscious before he went to the hospital.’

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Ms McGivney said she was planning to go see Martin in hospital as soon as he was well enough.

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