FHP Trooper Revives Unresponsive Woman Who is Later Arrested

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Florida Highway Patrol released intense video of a trooper performing CPR on a woman who did not have a pulse. She was arrested hours after being revived.

The FPH trooper responded to a crash at about 11:45 p.m. on Wednesday on eastbound Interstate 75, also known as Alligator Alley.

A vehicle drifted off of the interstate and stopped in a grassy area. Upon arriving at the scene and seeing the woman was unresponsive, the trooper broke the rear passanger window of the vehicle and determined she did not have a pulse.

The trooper then broke the driver’s side window and pulled the woman out. Two troopers were seen on dashcam video at the scene.

“Ma’am. Come on, wake up. Please, wake up. God. Ma’am, please – wake up,” a trooper is heard.

One of the two troopers is seen performing CPR as the woman lay in the grass in the dark of night.

“10-4. Not getting a response. We have been doing CPR,” a trooper said. “Ma’am, please wake up.”

“Is she shaking?” a trooper asks the other.

“Ma’am, are you awake? You heard that right?” a trooper says.

“She’s breathing. OK,” a trooper says shortly before the video ends. “I hear a heartbeat.”

The woman was later identified as 32-year-old Cory Lynn Webster of Delray Beach.

After she was treated and released from the hospital, the trooper arrested Webster on charges of driving under the influence and driving with a suspended license, FHP said.

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