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Brian Campbell greets Patrick Krimmer, standing, in the hospital. Krimmer helped keep Campbell’s heart pumping with hands-only CPR after Campbell suddenly collapsed at work. /Courtesy/Heidi Campbell

By Suzanne Adams- Ockrassa | Arizona Daily Sun

A Flagstaff family is hoping more people will learn CPR after their father was saved by a co-contractor on a work site in Flagstaff.

On May 10, Heidi Campbell was on her way home from Phoenix after a visit to Los Angeles when she got the call from her son that her husband, Brian, had suddenly collapsed at work.

Brian Campbell was working on the heating and cooling system in a building near Bookman’s that is being refurbished, Heidi said. Brian owns Campbell’s AC in Flagstaff.

Heidi said Brian was talking to the site supervisor about the details of the job when Brian’s eyes closed and he suddenly collapsed. The supervisor didn’t know how to do CPR and yelled for help. The first man to arrive to help felt he wasn’t doing the compressions correctly.

At that point, someone asked Patrick Krimmer from Krimmer Plumbing if he could help.

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