Man survives after doctor performs CPR during hockey game

A game of pickup hockey turned into a nightmare when one player went into cardiac arrest.

Jib Street collapsed in a moment caught on camera, but thankfully one of the opposing team's players was a doctor.

Dr. Craig Bryant, an emergency room physician, stepped in to help Street and performed CPR.

When that failed, he used a defibrillator, bringing Street back to life.

The player suffered a serious heart attack and spent six days hospitalised, but is expected to make a full recovery.

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