In 2012, Matt Collins was maintaining a high voltage power line in Gold Canyon, Arizona when he was suddenly shocked with between 30,000 and 60,000 volts of electricity across his chest, stopping his heart. Working 20 minutes off-road and far from the nearest town, Matt’s survival relied on his team’s fast action to restart his heart. Noticing Matt’s unresponsiveness, Matt’s partner, Mike Deubler, rushed to get him back to the ground. Using the company’s mandatory CPR training and the instructions on the AED, Mike and the team began CPR and connected the AED to Matt. Two shocks were delivered by the AED before his heart started again. Paramedics arrived 45 minutes later and rushed him to the nearest hospital for emergency care. A similar incident had occurred just prior to Matt’s and his company had made it a policy to include an AED on trucks working in remote field locations. This policy and his colleagues’ training that helped save Matt’s life. Since then, his company has expanded the policy to include an AED on every truck regardless of location. With the support of his team, Matt was eventually able to get past his fear and find the confidence to go back to work.