A Pittsburgh Police officer working an off-duty detail saved the life of a Penguins fan who had a heart attack while walking to the Consol Energy Center for tonight's game against the Florida Panthers. Zone 1 officer Forrest Hodges performed CPR and used an automatic defibrillator on the 66-year-old man, who had planned to attend the game with his family, according to officers in the Hill District. He suffered the heart attack between 5:30 and 6 p.m., officers said.
Police officer saves Pittsburgh Penguins fan
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Feb 23