“Go, go, go, go, go. Let’s go! C’mon,” one of the officers yelled as they were en route.
When the officers arrived, the victim was passed out in the gravel next to his work truck on the railroad tracks.
An unidentified man there had already begun performing CPR and told officers the victim “fell out” and wasn’t breathing.
The officers jumped into action. Wright began chest compressions while Huf prepared to jolt the victim with an automated external defibrillator. Within seconds, the AED revived the man just before National EMS paramedics arrived on scene and took over.
Conyers police said the heart attack victim survived.