Loudoun Firefighter Helps Save Fan at Redskins Game

A Loudoun firefighter is being credited with lifesaving action, after aiding a cardiac arrest victim during the Washington Redskins’ playoff game Sunday at FedEx Field.

Justin Brabson, a technician assigned to the Kincora Station in Sterling, was at the game as a spectator and witnessed a fan collapse nearby before the game started. Brabson attended to the patient until members of Prince George’s County Fire-Rescue responded to provide advanced life support.

Brabson is a nine-year veteran of Loudoun County Fire-Rescue.

He said he didn’t do anything that anyone else wouldn’t do. “I was glad that I was able to help him,” Brabson said.

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