Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's Noah Price from Sutton-based G4S
He may not look like Superman, but if the Man of Steel from was from Sutton, his name would surely be Noah Price.
Mr Price has saved three lives in the past year, with most recent coming in July.
When the former Army Major spotted a man collapsed outside the Old Bank pub next to Sutton station, he realised the man had no pulse and he immediately leapt into action to administer CPR until the ambulance arrived.
In October last year, Mr Price helped a man who had collapsed who was struggling to breathe, and not two months later, he was at it again, saving the life of a colleague at a G4S awards dinner.
This week his lifesaving efforts were recognised when he was given the company's Hero of the Month Award for August.
Mr Price, said; "I only did what anyone with the appropriate training would have done in that situation.
"It's true to say that instinct and training really does kick in when you need it.
"The assistance of my colleague Sarah was invaluable before the paramedics hit the scene. We both hope that the man made a full recovery."
The award is a part of the G4S Local Heroes initiative which recognises employees who go the extra mile with exceptional acts at work or in the community.
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