Video: Trooper revives driver who had no pulse
The trooper broke the driver's side window, carried the woman out of the car and began cardiopulmonary resuscitation, reviving her
By Patrick Riley
Naples Daily News, Fla.
NAPLES, Fla. — A woman found unresponsive and without a pulse in a car Wednesday on Alligator Alley was revived by a state trooper and then arrested because she was driving under the influence, authorities said.
A Florida Highway Patrol trooper reported finding her vehicle on Interstate 75 near mile marker 85 in Collier County at 11:45 p.m. The vehicle was resting against the south shoulder fence along lanes for eastbound traffic, according to an FHP news release Thursday.
A woman later identified as Cory Lynn Webster, 32, of Delray Beach, was sitting in the driver's seat , and the car was locked, the news release states.
Concerned for her well-being, the trooper broke the rear passenger window to gain access and found Webster did not have a pulse, the release states.
To gain better access, the trooper then broke the driver's side window, carried Webster out of the car and began cardiopulmonary resuscitation, reviving the woman a short time later.
Webster was taken to a Physicians Regional hospital in Collier.
Upon being treated and released from the hospital, Webster was arrested by the trooper. She faces charges of driving under the influence (third violation in 10 years) and driving while her license was suspended, the release states.
A breath test indicated her alcohol concentration level was .39, according to FHP. The legal limit in Florida is.08.
Drug test results are pending.
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