Apr 30, 2012
On April 19th, a 51-year-old man collapsed while riding the D.C. Metro. Several passengers came to his aid. One person started CPR. Another person ran to get a defibrillator from the Metro kiosk when the train stopped. But the device did not have enough charge to deliver the potentially lifesaving jolt of electricity.
The man died.
Everyone with a cell phone knows you have to regularly charge it.
Did Metro skip that part of the instructions?