A Reston woman who sprung to action to save another’s life has been honored by Fairfax County Fire and Rescue.
Jodi Rakoff was recently recognized with a Citizen Lifesaving Award for her actions. She was honored by County Fire Station 25 (Reston), C-Shift, EMS 401, and Battalion Chiefs 401 and 407.
According to information provided by Fairfax County Fire and Rescue, Rakoff jumped in and performed CPR when a woman who was walking in front of her house collapsed.
“Jodi’s quick actions, along with advanced life support care by the personnel from 25-C, resulted in the resuscitation of the patient.”
Rakoff was joined at the ceremony by her husband, Simon, and her mother.
Photos courtesy Fairfax County Fire and Rescue
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