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Milton Wilcher of Danielsville (third from the right) went into cardiac arrest Feb. 28. His girlfriend, Heather Osburn, (pictured next to him) started chest compresssions, before Danielsville police chief Brenan Baird (fifth from the left) arrived and took over the compressions until paramedics arrived. Pictured (L-R) are BOC chairman John Scarborough, Sheriff Michael Moore, EMS director Bobby Smith, 9-1-1 director David Camp, Baird, paramedic Rob Lockwood, paramedic and EMS training director Rebecca Smith, paramedic Kyle Ford, Wilcher, Osburn and dispatcher Matt Cleghorne.

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