During a layover at DFW, Matt Lickenbrock learned hands-only CPR. Three days later, he used it to save another man’s life.
“On April 4, 2015, I had a three-hour layover at the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. I saw this kiosk in the terminal, and I decided to give it a try. By the time I completed the training, I was confident that I had learned the proper way to do chest compressions.
“I’ll never forget that day. I walked up to a crowd of people, and no one knew what to do. I found out later that people don’t often perform CPR because they’re afraid or don’t know what to do. Someone asked if I knew CPR. Fortunately, I could say yes.”
To know that our AHA CPR kiosk at helped save Sean’s life is something we’ll never forget. We’re proud to partner with the American Heart Association to offer this life-saving resource to DFW passengers. Visit the kiosk in Terminal E, between E21 and E31.https://www.facebook...1492766447451853
On his way back to college, Matt took advantage of a short layover at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport to learn Hands-Only CPR on our kiosk. Three days later, this training was used to save Sean's life. We currently have Hands-Only CPR kiosks at six airports across the country. Starting next week, we will deliver kiosks to three more airports with support of Anthem Foundation. Any guesses?? #CPRsaveslives https://youtu.be/LgqMgCKsw8Y