Two Doncaster railway station staff have emerged as lifesaving heroes.
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John Webb and Carl Marsh-Smith sprung into action after seeing a 75-year-old passenger collapse on the platform next to Trafford Way.
They produced a defibrillator – a piece of equipment which uses an electrical current to restart a heart – to save his life.
Carl was first on the scene and called for assistance. He began giving the man first aid. John responded to the call and arrived with the defibrillator, which he attached and operated.
The man was with his six-year-old granddaughter at the time.
A spokesman of the station said they sprung quickly into action and, after a quick assessment showed the man was not breathing, John and Carl acted on the platform while other staff arranged quick access for the ambulance crew to get to the casualty.
Other staff at the station helped by looking after and comforting the distressed six-year-old girl.
The man has since made a full recovery.