Lisa Hörnblad, Helena Rapaport and Lin Ivarsson (left to right) saved the life in Garmisch. Functional life. The 60-year-old had collapsed in a cable car gondola.
Runners Lisa Hörnblad, Lin Ivarsson and Helena Rapaport built a gondola lift to get to the top station of the Kandahar Trail, where every weekend there is a super-g and a downhill run. A 60-year-old German official collapsed.
Hörnblad described the drama scenes at the Swedish TV channel "SVT" as follows. The man became unconscious shortly after the start of the gondola and sank to the ground. Hörnblad, who was driving with his colleagues on the World Cup circuit, took the initiative and initiated a heart-lung massage. " He had a heart attack, was completely lifeless. We fought for her life, it took long minutes, "she said.
Assisted by Austrian team doctor
While Hörnblad was working tirelessly on the man's chest, Rapaport held him still and Ivarsson alerted the rescue.On top of the mountain, the Austrian team doctor supported the Swedes until the arrival of the
A few hours later, the good news came from the hospital: the man had survived. "We are very glad that it went well," said Hörnblad .