The man was presumed dead until Flint police officers revived him.

Flint police responded to a call on Friday, January 25th about a person who was unresponsive at the areas of University Ave. and Frost Street. When they got there, they found a man without a pulse.

The responding officer called an ambulance and began CPR right away. Another officer arrived and helped with CPR. They got the man to the hospital, where he still had no pulse, but the staff was able to revive him.

Hospital staff credit the officers with saving the man's life, saying that he most likely had a massive heart attack.

Just found out that one of the officers is one of our neighbors! Amazing story!