A Milford police officer is being credited with saving a life by using CPR Friday.
In the early hours on March 18, Milford police responded to a Hobson Drive residence on the report of an unresponsive subject without a pulse, police said.

Milford Police Officer Zach Milslagle was the first on the scene and immediately began CPR on the subject.

“Officer Milslagle continued CPR on the subject and because of his efforts the subject began breathing again,” police said in a written release.

The Milford Fire Department and AMR arrived shortly after and the subject was transported to the Emergency Room and left in stable condition.