A Rangers ally does CPR to protect the life of a tourist.

A Rangers ally does CPR to protect the life of a tourist.

While on a sightseeing bus in Spain, a Rangers fan performed CPR on a foreigner.

Ian Johnson, a veteran Scottish firefighter, was aboard an open-top bus in Seville when a Dutch tourist became ill.

Ian was one of tens of thousands of Rangers fans in town to watch their team compete in the Europe League final.

When his previous training kicked in, he was on a sightseeing excursion with his friend Craig Moore.

He administered CPR before summoning an ambulance to transport the fellow traveler to the hospital.

“It was extremely frightening,” Ian added. I was actually feeling fairly ill as a result of it. I was afraid he was going to die. He estimated the man’s age to be in his late 60s or early 70s.

“He was unresponsive at this point, so I placed him in the bus aisle and began CPR. He came around quickly.”

Meanwhile, his friend was able to get the bus stopped.

“My main message to everyone is, if you can, learn CPR and help save a life,” he continued.

We reported earlier this week that a Rangers fan travelling to Spain to watch his team compete in the Europa League Final suffered a heart attack and was saved by a doctor who was also travelling to the game.

He estimated the man’s age to be in his late 60s or early 70s.

“He was unresponsive at this point, so I placed him in the bus aisle and began CPR. He came around quickly.”

Meanwhile, his friend was able to get the bus stopped.

“My main message to everyone is, if you can, learn CPR and help save a life,” he continued.

We reported earlier this week that a Rangers fan travelling to Spain to watch his team compete in the Europa League Final suffered a heart attack and was saved by a doctor who was also travelling to the game.

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