Firefighters Had To Give A Dead Koala Mouth-To-Mouth And They Saved Him!

“C’mon wake up. Take another breath.”

1. Melbourne fire crews plucked the injured koala, named “Sir Chompsalot” from a tree Thursday night and caught him in a large blanket.

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2. According to ABC News, Sir Chompsalot had “died” and a woman on hand with Wildlife Victoria was on hand to perform mouth-to-mouth!

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The woman can be heard on the video saying, “C’mon wake-up… take another breath.”

3. She had “performed CPR on a dog previously”…. and after some oxygen and heart rubbing, HE WAS ALIVE!

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4. Watch the full video here… and big love to Sir Chompsalot! Don’t do that again mate.

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