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Seabrook Police Department
News Release
Thursday, March 09, 2017

Seabrook police officer saves life at Seabrook Shipyard

On Tuesday, March 7, 2017, at approximately 11:00 p.m., the Seabrook Police Department was dispatched to the Seabrook Shipyard and Marina, Pier Number 8, located at 1900 Shipyard Drive in Seabrook, TX.  Upon arrival, officers discovered an unconscious female who was not breathing. The female, identified as 40-year-old Crisit Bussard, was reported to have fallen off a yacht into the water and had been under water for approximately five minutes.

Seabrook Officer Anthony Jambrik, with the assistance of an unidentified male, immediately began CPR. Officer Jambrik started chest compressions and with assistance performed CPR for approximately seven to nine minutes. Officer Jambrik was able to revive Bussard as paramedics arrived. Paramedics transported Bussard to Houston Methodist St. John Hospital in Nassau Bay, TX.  


Forty-year-old Casey Bussard, Bussard’s husband, gave a statement that he was speaking with an associate on his boat the “Sea Note” when he heard a splash. Mr. Bussard and his associate noticed that his wife was nowhere to be seen and then they both entered the water. After five minutes, they located his wife under the boat’s diving platform. Officers arrived as they pulled her from the water and placed her on the dock.

Emergency medical personnel on scene stated Officer Anthony Jambrik's actions were life saving.




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