HENDRICKS COUNTY, Ind. — An Indiana State Trooper is credited with saving a man’s life in August.
Police said Trooper Taylor McCluskey was investigating a crash on I-70 near Plainfield when a man collapsed in front of her.
McCluskey performed CPR by herself for more than five minutes until medics arrived.
The Wayne Township Fire Department said McCluskey saved the man’s life.
On Nov. 12, Trooper McCluskey received the Indiana State Police life saving award.
Superintendent Doug Carter said Trooper McCluskey is to be commended for her extraordinary conduct in saving the life of a fellow human being.
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