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World France honors Paris teacher who saved jogger's life

19:50  10 may  2021
19:50  10 may  2021 Source:   msn.com

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PARIS (AP) — The French government gave a medal Monday to a math teacher-volunteer fighter who used CPR to save the life of a jogger in a Paris park, a gesture that has drawn national attention to the importance of first aid training.

French math teacher-volunteer fighter, Marion Dehecq, poses after she receives a bronze medal for courage and dedication as she used CPR to save the life of a jogger, during a ceremony with France's minister for citizenship issues, Marlene Schiappa at the Paris fire service headquarters in Paris, France, Monday, May 10, 2021. The jogger's wife, Paris-based Associated Press journalist Lori Hinnant, helped identify the anonymous rescuer by putting up thank-you signs in Monceau Park, where her husband Peter Sigal went into cardiac arrest on April 28. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, pool) © Provided by Associated Press French math teacher-volunteer fighter, Marion Dehecq, poses after she receives a bronze medal for courage and dedication as she used CPR to save the life of a jogger, during a ceremony with France's minister for citizenship issues, Marlene Schiappa at the Paris fire service headquarters in Paris, France, Monday, May 10, 2021. The jogger's wife, Paris-based Associated Press journalist Lori Hinnant, helped identify the anonymous rescuer by putting up thank-you signs in Monceau Park, where her husband Peter Sigal went into cardiac arrest on April 28. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, pool) French math teacher-volunteer fighter, Marion Dehecq, left, talks with Paris-based Associated Press journalist Lori Hinnant, after she receives a bronze medal for courage and dedication as she used CPR to save the life of a jogger, during a ceremony with France's minister for citizenship issues, Marlene Schiappa at the Paris fire service headquarters in Paris, France, Monday, May 10, 2021. The jogger's wife, Paris-based Associated Press journalist Lori Hinnant, helped identify the anonymous rescuer by putting up thank-you signs in Monceau Park, where her husband Peter Sigal went into cardiac arrest on April 28. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, pool) © Provided by Associated Press French math teacher-volunteer fighter, Marion Dehecq, left, talks with Paris-based Associated Press journalist Lori Hinnant, after she receives a bronze medal for courage and dedication as she used CPR to save the life of a jogger, during a ceremony with France's minister for citizenship issues, Marlene Schiappa at the Paris fire service headquarters in Paris, France, Monday, May 10, 2021. The jogger's wife, Paris-based Associated Press journalist Lori Hinnant, helped identify the anonymous rescuer by putting up thank-you signs in Monceau Park, where her husband Peter Sigal went into cardiac arrest on April 28. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, pool)

The jogger’s wife, Paris-based Associated Press journalist Lori Hinnant, helped identify the anonymous rescuer by putting up thank-you signs in Monceau Park, where her husband Peter Sigal went into cardiac arrest on April 28.

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France's minister for citizenship issues, Marlene Schiappa, right, and General commander of the Paris Firefighters Brigade Jean-Marie Gontier, right, pose with a math teacher-volunteer fighter, Marion Dehecq, center, after she received a bronze medal for courage and dedication as she used CPR to save the life of a jogger, during a ceremony at the Paris fire service headquarters in Paris, France, Monday, May 10, 2021. The jogger's wife, Paris-based Associated Press journalist Lori Hinnant, helped identify the anonymous rescuer by putting up thank-you signs in Monceau Park, where her husband Peter Sigal went into cardiac arrest on April 28. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, pool) © Provided by Associated Press France's minister for citizenship issues, Marlene Schiappa, right, and General commander of the Paris Firefighters Brigade Jean-Marie Gontier, right, pose with a math teacher-volunteer fighter, Marion Dehecq, center, after she received a bronze medal for courage and dedication as she used CPR to save the life of a jogger, during a ceremony at the Paris fire service headquarters in Paris, France, Monday, May 10, 2021. The jogger's wife, Paris-based Associated Press journalist Lori Hinnant, helped identify the anonymous rescuer by putting up thank-you signs in Monceau Park, where her husband Peter Sigal went into cardiac arrest on April 28. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, pool)

Multiple passersby intervened when he collapsed. Marion Dehecq, a 24-year-old math teacher who works as a volunteer firefighter a few days a month, performed CPR until paramedics arrived. Others helped by counting the compressions and applying a public defibrillator installed in the park.

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French math teacher-volunteer fighter, Marion Dehecq listens to speeches prior to receive a bronze medal for courage and dedication as she used CPR to save the life of a jogger, during a ceremony with France's minister for citizenship issues, Marlene Schiappa at the Paris fire service headquarters in Paris, France, Monday, May 10, 2021. The jogger's wife, Paris-based Associated Press journalist Lori Hinnant, helped identify the anonymous rescuer by putting up thank-you signs in Monceau Park, where her husband Peter Sigal went into cardiac arrest on April 28. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, pool) © Provided by Associated Press French math teacher-volunteer fighter, Marion Dehecq listens to speeches prior to receive a bronze medal for courage and dedication as she used CPR to save the life of a jogger, during a ceremony with France's minister for citizenship issues, Marlene Schiappa at the Paris fire service headquarters in Paris, France, Monday, May 10, 2021. The jogger's wife, Paris-based Associated Press journalist Lori Hinnant, helped identify the anonymous rescuer by putting up thank-you signs in Monceau Park, where her husband Peter Sigal went into cardiac arrest on April 28. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, pool)

“You saved my husband’s life,” Hinnant wrote on the signs to the mysterious helper. “Thank you, from our whole family.”

French math teacher-volunteer fighter, Marion Dehecq, poses after she receives a bronze medal for courage and dedication as she used CPR to save the life of a jogger, during a ceremony with France's minister for citizenship issues, Marlene Schiappa at the Paris fire service headquarters in Paris, France, Monday, May 10, 2021. The jogger's wife, Paris-based Associated Press journalist Lori Hinnant, helped identify the anonymous rescuer by putting up thank-you signs in Monceau Park, where her husband Peter Sigal went into cardiac arrest on April 28. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, pool) © Provided by Associated Press French math teacher-volunteer fighter, Marion Dehecq, poses after she receives a bronze medal for courage and dedication as she used CPR to save the life of a jogger, during a ceremony with France's minister for citizenship issues, Marlene Schiappa at the Paris fire service headquarters in Paris, France, Monday, May 10, 2021. The jogger's wife, Paris-based Associated Press journalist Lori Hinnant, helped identify the anonymous rescuer by putting up thank-you signs in Monceau Park, where her husband Peter Sigal went into cardiac arrest on April 28. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, pool)

Once Dehecq was identified, French Prime Minister Jean Castex tweeted his thanks to “our everyday hero,” and wished the now-recovering Sigal and his family well.

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French math teacher-volunteer fighter, Marion Dehecq, poses after she receives a bronze medal for courage and dedication as she used CPR to save the life of a jogger, during a ceremony with France's minister for citizenship issues, Marlene Schiappa at the Paris fire service headquarters in Paris, France, Monday, May 10, 2021. The jogger's wife, Paris-based Associated Press journalist Lori Hinnant, helped identify the anonymous rescuer by putting up thank-you signs in Monceau Park, where her husband Peter Sigal went into cardiac arrest on April 28. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, pool) © Provided by Associated Press French math teacher-volunteer fighter, Marion Dehecq, poses after she receives a bronze medal for courage and dedication as she used CPR to save the life of a jogger, during a ceremony with France's minister for citizenship issues, Marlene Schiappa at the Paris fire service headquarters in Paris, France, Monday, May 10, 2021. The jogger's wife, Paris-based Associated Press journalist Lori Hinnant, helped identify the anonymous rescuer by putting up thank-you signs in Monceau Park, where her husband Peter Sigal went into cardiac arrest on April 28. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, pool)

On Monday, France’s minister for citizenship issues, Marlene Schiappa, gave Dehecq a bronze medal for courage and dedication in a ceremony at the Paris fire service headquarters.

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