Off-Duty Paramedic Saves a Life

Assistant Chief Paul Fink (Photo by: "Photos by Truck")

Assistant Chief Paul Fink (Photo by: “Photos by Truck”)


COLONIE, New York — Off duty Paramedic and Town of Colonie EMS Department Assistant Chief Paul Fink was out to dinner with his wife at a local restaurant when another diner experienced a medical emergency, and began to choke on his steak. Paramedic Fink, although off duty at the time, jumped into action performing

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the Heimlich maneuver on the man, which dislodged the food and saved the gentleman’s life. Had Paramedic Fink not performed this lifesaving measure, the man may have suffered serious injuries including cardiac arrest and possibly, death.

Assistant Chief Fink has been a paramedic since 1975, with the Colonie EMS Department for 24 years, is a Nationally Registered Paramedic, a member of the Town of Colonie Tactical Medic Response Team and responded to 9/11 as part of the USAR team.

To learn the Heimlich maneuver and hands-only CPR, please contact our office for an upcoming community CPR training date.

Please direct questions to our office 518-782-2645, ext 0 and ask for Chief Peter Berry, or email

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