An 11-year-old boy bravely attempted to save his grandad’s life by performing CPR.
Harry Wynne from Garston was at his grandparents’ house when he noticed his grandad wasn’t breathing anymore.
He quickly called his grandma and bravely performed CPR while they waited for the ambulance to arrive.
Although 70-year-old Kieran Murphy sadly passed away, Harry’s proud aunt Treena believes everyone should learn how to perform CPR. She said: “Even if his efforts were not successful, Harry knows he did his best for his granddad’s believe everybody should learn CPR if there was a chance that it was going to save him. Harry gave it his best shot.
“On the day dad wasn’t feeling well. Harry noticed dad wasn’t breathing and quickly called mum up. He told her “it’s ok nanny I know how to do CPR”.
“Once the ambulance arrived they worked on him for 45 minutes but sadly there was nothing they could do. Dad died of acute left ventricular failure.”
Harry had learned CPR at St Catherine’s of Siena Catholic Primary School.