Interpretive ranger Kaci Fullwood was closing up the parks headquarters office at 5 p.m. on August 26th when she received a report of a man complaining of chest pain in the main lobby of the building, which is leased by several different agencies. While administrative assistant Tracy Glaz called 911, Fullwood located the man and found him to be conscious and complaining that his chest hurt. Shortly thereafter, the 55-year-old man stopped breathing and his pulse failed. Fullwood and subsistence ranger Fred Tocktoo immediately began performing CPR. After two cycles of CPR, the man's pulse was restored and he started breathing on his own. Nome emergency services personnel arrived on scene a few minutes later and the patient was transferred to their care.