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Vinnie Jones inspired taxi driver to save man's life after he copied the soccer hard man'

s CPRA taxi driver has told how soccer hard man Vinnie Jones inspired him to save an elderly passenger’s life. Dean

Clarke was helping John Alexander, 76, out of his cab when the OAP fell and stopped breathing. The cabbie copied Vinnie’s TV training video and used 四肖谜语解特肖网址 the beat of Bee Gees hit “Staying Alive” to perform CPR for 20 minutes. Dean, 54, said: “It was really frightening. As I helped the man out of the car, he collapsed. “I rang an ambulance and told them what was happening. “They talked me through some basic CPR and I just had to keep his head back and his airways open. “I had never done CPR before, the only knowle

dge I had of it was from the Vinnie Jones CPR videos. Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playT

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phone was great - if it wasn’t for him I wouldn’t have b

een able to do anything.” The drama unfolded as Dean picked up his final passengers

on Saturday night. He collected Mr Alexander and his wife from a pub in Cadbury Heath, Bristol

, where they had been celebrating their son’s birthday -

and was taking them to nearby Hanham. After dialling 999 Dean rang a colleague and told him to go back to the pub and pick up Mr Alexander’s son. An ambulance arrived 20 minutes later and took the pensioner to hospital where he was treated before being allowed

home. Paramedics told Dean if it wasn’t for his life-saving CPR Mr Alexander may not have survived. Dean added: “They said I helped save the man’s life, but if it wasn’t for the people at the end of the phone talking me through I wouldn’t have been able to do an

y of it, so I owe it to them really. “I’m just so glad to hear the man is ok. Miraculously he is out of hospital already and doing well I hear so that is all that matters. I was very anxious on Sunday until I heard h

e was ok. “I don’t feel like I’ve done anything out of the ordinary, I was just doing my job and what anyone would have done. “But it was a very frightening exp

erience and I’m just glad it has been a positive outcome.” Mr Alexander’s daughter Louise White said: “We have just picked him up from hospital and

apart from bruising and a chest infection he is ok as a family we cannot thank you enough.”

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