Recently, we were able to get out new X-series monitors that are used on every call we go on, but they also play an even bigger role in the event of a cardiac arrest. A few months ago, this was put to the test, and between our well trained volunteers reacting quickly and the best equipment on hand, we were able to save someone's life. For me, this is only the third time I have been a part of a CPR save and the first time I have been a part of this outside of my full-time job. Being in a small town, it feels completely different to save a life of someone I see on a regular basis while driving around town. This patient was able to come down to our station and meet with myself and another crew member only a couple months after his cardiac arrest. To see a patient that at one point had as poor of an outlook as he did, walk in and have little to no deficits, is truly a life changing event. Recently at one of our board meetings, myself and the other crew members involved in this call were presented with a Life Saver Award.