The American Red Cross, Central Valley Region is looking to raise CPR awareness and break a world record at the same time.
The Red Cross reports each year 785,000 Americans suffer a heart attack and almost half of also undergo cardiac arrest at the same time.
They report only about five percent of cardiac arrest victims survive.
But calling 911, doing early CPR and early defibrillation improve the chances of survival.
So now, the local Red Cross is looking to teach residents in the central valley how to perform hands-Only CPR
so more people have a chance of survival.
For this reason they are teaming up with PG&E during the Fresno State Bulldogs home opener halftime show to host a massive event that will teach up to 20,000 people how to perform hands-only CPR and break the record held by Singapore.
The event will be held Septemb