Gen. Mark Milley’s wife Hollyanne saves collapsed bystander at Veterans Day event

Gen. Mark Milley’s wife Hollyanne saves collapsed bystander at Veterans Day event


The wife of the nation’s top military officer, Gen. Mark Milley, helped save the life of a bystander who collapsed at the Veterans Day ceremony this week at Arlington National Cemetery, a report said.

Hollyanne Milley, a practicing nurse, told NBC News she heard a commotion just before President Trump, Vice President Mike Pence and their spouses arrived at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier on Wednesday.

Milley ran over and found the man — a veteran who asked to remain anonymous — unresponsive.

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“When I first got there, he was breathing in a very erratic way that he wasn’t really taking air into his lungs as he should have been,” she said. “And then he stopped breathing.”

He had no pulse — so Milley directed someone to call 911, began chest compressions and performed about two CPR cycles, according to the report.

Finally, the vet “took a big, deep breath and kind of groaned a little bit and

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