This is a serious question. If you have a cardiac arrest, I know some people can be saved within the first few minutes. If you couldn’t get help, how long does it take for you to actually die from it? And is it a painful way to die. Basically… After about 4mins you will begin to have irreversible brain damage and you will usually be dead in about another 60 secs. However you will become unconscious almost immediately, in seconds. If you have a proper cardiac arrest outside a hospital or medical facility the chances of survival are very low indeed unless a trained person happens to be nearby. There is absolutely no pain involved, as you are unconscious almost immediately. It is the commonest form of death, but can have very many causes.
Officer Kathleen Callery was the first officer on scene, and was quickly joined by Officer Chris Hunt a. . .