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Crime 3 inmates save deputy after he loses consciousness, splits head open in fall

01:11  30 july  2020
01:11  30 july  2020 Source:   abcnews.go.com

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He lost consciousness again, and the inmates rushed to render aid, said the GCSO. The deputy survived and is recovering at home. The GCSO thanked the inmates for using the opportunity to help the deputy . “These inmates came to his aid because our deputy , like most law enforcement officers

INMATES : After a deputy in Georgia fell to the ground and " split his head open " these inmates started banging on their doors to try to wake him up. He managed to push a button to open their cell doors before losing consciousness again -- and three inmates rushed out to call for help on his radio.

Three inmates in Georgia are being praised after they came to the rescue of a deputy who lost consciousness and fell to the ground, splitting his head open, officials said.

a group of people posing for the camera: Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office posted a photo of inmates who came to the rescue of a deputy who collapsed and struck his head during a medical incident at the jail in July 2020. © Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office posted a photo of inmates who came to the rescue of a deputy who collapsed and struck his head during a medical incident at the jail in July 2020.

"We are deeply appreciative to these three inmates for the courage, determination and kindness they displayed. … These inmates had no obligation whatsoever to render aid to a bleeding, vulnerable deputy, but they didn't hesitate," the Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office said in a Facebook post on Tuesday.

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After he returned to his seat, the deputy lost consciousness . He then fell to the floor and hit his The inmates began pounding on the doors loudly enough to wake up the deputy , who then opened After that, he lost consciousness again. But the inmates stayed by his side and administered aid

Deputy lost consciousness and injured himself during a fall . The inmates in the unit were all locked in their cells but kept an eye on the deputy as he returned to his desk where they witnessed him lose consciousness , fall to the floor and split his head open , officials said.

The deputy, who was not named, fell ill while supervising the jailhouse unit. It was not clear what happened to him, but the inmates noticed he "appeared to be feeling poorly" and as they kept an eye on him, saw that he fell to the ground and split his head open, according to the sheriff's office.

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The inmates, who were also not named, began pounding on their doors and soon were joined by the entire unit.

a group of people posing for the camera: Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office posted a photo of inmates who came to the rescue of a deputy who collapsed and struck his head during a medical incident at the jail in July 2020. © Gwinnett County Sheriffs Office Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office posted a photo of inmates who came to the rescue of a deputy who collapsed and struck his head during a medical incident at the jail in July 2020.

The deputy later told officials that while he did not realize he'd been unconscious, he became aware of the pounding and thought an inmate needed help, so he rose to his feet and pressed the control panel to open the cell doors, according to the sheriff's office.

He then lost consciousness again.

The three inmates who had initially been watching him came to his aid and radioed for help.

"We're happy to report that our deputy survived the harrowing incident and is recovering at home until he can return to duty," the sheriff's office said.

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