On Monday, Bryan Police Chief Jeff Arnold told members of Bryan City Council that Bryan Patrolman Corey Bush and a bus driver for the Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority, along with three bus passengers, saved the lives of a woman who reportedly attempted suicide and an unconscious man.
The Bryan Times says Arnold just recently learned of the incident that occurred earlier in March and that Bush never mentioned his actions to anyone in the department.
Bush left a church in Toledo and noticed a bus stopped in front of a home.
That’s where the bus driver and Bush rescued a woman who had apparently hanged herself on the front porch. Bush reportedly helped lift the woman’s body as the bus driver removed an electrical cord from the woman’s neck. The driver then performed CPR on the woman while Bush assisted.
Bush then checked inside the home, where he found an unresponsive man.
“Because of Bush’s, the driver’s, and passengers’ actions, both people survived..