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Charity's praise for 18-year-old who helped save cruise passenger's life

Gabriella Corkish assisted with the use of a defibrillator at the Sea Terminal

A Manx charity has joined in praising an 18-year-old Welcome Centre employee who helped save the life of a man at the Sea Terminal last month.

On 18 May, as more than 2,000 cruise ship passengers passed through the port, a German gentleman suffered a cardiac arrest.

Gabriella Corkish assisted in the use of a defibrillator which had previously been installed at the site by Craig's Heartstrong Foundation.

She told Manx Radio the thought of panicking never entered her mind:


Paul Healey is the chair of Craig's Heartstrong Foundation:

You can listen to the full interview with Gabriella and Paul via the latest Manx Radio Newscast.

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