A pair of officers and a police intern helped revive a woman, Officer Steve Goard said.
At 9:28 a.m. Saturday, police received a medical emergency call reporting a non-responsive woman in her 60s at the , 1020 Dolores St.
Officer Brian Geiger and Patrick Urbanus, a police intern, were the first to arrive on scene.
"The woman was not breathing and had no pulse when officers arrived," Goard said.
Geiger immediately went into performing CPR and was assisted by Urbanus.
Officer Rich Hill also responded to the incident and was able to bring an automated external defibrillator (AED), which was used to shock the woman's body.
"The officers were able to re-establish her vitals and get her heartbeat back," Goard said.
The woman was transported to a hospital and is listed in stable condition, Goard said.
"(The officers) feel like they didn’t do anything special or different. They just feel like that's what any other officer would have done," Goard said. "Both officers and the intern are outstanding individuals. They are very happy they were able to re-establish the woman's vitals. We couldn't have asked for it to go any better."