Trooper helps save Florida woman's life, then takes her to jail

Lester Mason
December 15, 2017

A woman found unresponsive and without a pulse in a auto Wednesday on Alligator Alley was revived by a state trooper and then arrested because she was driving under the influence, authorities said.

The trooper performed CPR on Cory Lynn Webster of Delray Beach, whose auto had drifted off eastbound lanes and was resting against a shoulder fence line near mile marker 85, the Florida Highway Patrol said.

A short time later, he was able to revive her. Upon arriving at the scene and seeing the woman was unresponsive, the trooper broke the rear passanger window of the vehicle and determined she did not have a pulse.

Greisheimer then broke the driver's side window and removed the woman from the vehicle.

In the dash cam video, troopers can be heard begging for the woman to wake up, "Ma'am, ma'am, please wake up!" Please, wake up. God.

A Palm Beach County Woman is facing DUI charges after a trooper saved her life following a crash on Alligator Alley
A Palm Beach County Woman is facing DUI charges after a trooper saved her life following a crash on Alligator Alley

One of the two troopers is seen performing CPR as the woman lay in the grass in the dark of night.

"Ma'am, ma'am, ma'am, come on, wake up".

"Is she shaking?" a trooper asks the other.

FHP says that upon arrival, the trooper observed a single vehicle that drifted off the interstate, resting against the south shoulder fence line. "Yeah, I hear her heartbeat".

After being treated and released, FHP says that they placed Webster under arrested for Driving Under the Influence (it was her third violation in ten years) and Driving While License Suspended.


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