A family has reunited with the ESTA call-taker who helped save a father’s life after he suffered a cardiac arrest in May this year.
A total of 21 young Victorians aged between five and 13 will be named Junior Triple Zero Heroes today by the Emergency Services Telecommunications Authority (ESTA), for calling triple zero.
Every day, about 18 Victorians will have a cardiac arrest, with only one in 10 surviving. As a bystander to a cardiac arrest, your actions could mean the difference between life and death.
The vital first step in getting the right help for someone who is suffering from a stroke is recognising the signs of stroke and calling triple zero.
Twelve young Victorians, aged between eight and 13, will be named Junior Triple Zero Heroes today by the Emergency Services Telecommunications Authority (ESTA), for calling triple zero.
The Governor of Victoria, Her Excellency the Honourable Linda Dessau AC, visited ESTA’s Burwood East centre to thank all our operators for their role in the emergency response to Victoria’s ongoing
Eight Victorian families were reunited with triple zero operators who helped deliver their babies.