VIDEO SHOWS: LIZARD BEING GIVEN CPR / LIZARD BREATHING / LIZARD TRYING TO RUN AWAY SHOWS: SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA (FEBRUARY 1, 2020) (ORIGINALLY SHOT IN PORTRAIT) (FIRE AND RESCUE NSW 037 GORDON - NO RESALE / MUST ON SCREEN COURTESY FIRE AND RESCUE NSW 037 GORDON) 1.
VARIOUS OF LIZARD LAYING ON ITS BACK AND OFF-DUTY FIREFIGHTER PERFORMING CPR ON REPTILE 2.
VARIOUS OF LIZARD LAYING ON ITS BACK AND BREATHING 3.
LIZARD SITTING ON MAN'S HAND AND TRYING TO RUN AWAY 4.
(MUTE) SLOWED REPEAT OF SHOT 3 STORY: An Australian lizard named 'Lucky' was revived by an off-duty firefighter using CPR on Saturday (February 1).
Local children found 'Lucky' drowning in a Sydney swimming pool's skimmer box and asked for help.
"Upon arriving at the scene, a youngster was laying unconscious and not breathing," Fire and Rescue NSW Station 037 Gordon wrote next to the video posted online.
According to the fire and rescue service, the firefighter performed CPR to the reptile over 10 minutes until the moment Lucky the lizard started to breathe on its own.
(Production: Yi Shu Ng, Oleksandr Ieltsov)