Drama in Garmisch: German clerk survived thanks to Lisa Hornblad, Lynn Ivarson and Helena Rappoport.
The Swedish launch trio made first aid after the 60-year-old German officer in Gondola near Kandahar suddenly collapsed.
He had a heart attack, he was totally lifeless.
"It was totally crazy, we fought for his life, it was a long time," said Lisa Höblad from the Swedish TV channel. SVT The man was unconscious shortly after the cabin lift began and sunk on the ground.
Hörnblad, with his colleagues, took the initiative and started a heart massage: "He had a heart attack, he was completely lifeless.
While Hornblad worked tirelessly on the man's chest, Rapporta held him still, and Ivarsson warned the savior. At the top of the mountain the team of the Austrian team supported the Swedes until the rescue helicopter arrived.
We are very happy that it has gone well.
A few hours later the hospital came to the excusing message: the man survived. "We are very happy that things are going well," Hornblad said.