Kudos for heroic act
On Oct. 22, I saw Charles Cliatt II, a sales representative for the American-Statesman, perform emergency first aid on an H-E-B customer who had fallen. Cliatt ran over and stabilized the victim’s head, told someone to call 911 and said he had military medical training.. He began to ask him routine questions and his medical history. He gave the medical history to EMS technicians over a phone held to his ear by an employee. He then kept the victim’s head immobilized for approximately 15 minutes before help arrived. Cliatt is a truly great young man representing your brand. As a American-Statesman consumer, I appreciate this local hero. Please send him my praises and allow others to do the same.
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