Matthew Hansford, 16, survives scooter crash after receiving 37 PINTS of blood

Schoolboy, 16, survives horrific scooter crash after receiving 37 PINTS of blood Matthew, who swerved his bike to miss a fox, said he would not have survived without protective clothingAverage person has eight pints of blood in their body A schoolboy needed 37 pints of blood after crashing his brand new scooter into a telegraph pole.

Kiss of life? Try the Vinnie Jones chest pump instead (to the beat of Bee Gees" Stayin" Alive, naturally)

Kiss of life Try the Vinnie Jones chest pump instead (to the beat of Bee Gees' Stayin' Alive, naturally) Mouth to mouth often ineffective while chest compressions are crucial, say heart experts It's an arresting sight – hard man Vinnie Jones captured on screen showing his caring side. The film clip starring the former footballer is being used to tell members of the public how best to resuscitate a cardiac arrest victim. Produced by the British Heart Foundation, it suggests giving someone the kiss of life could be a waste of time

Vinnie Jones urges public to perform CPR to beat of Bee Gees classic "Stayin Alive"

Football hard man Vinnie Jones urges public to perform CPR to beat of Bee Gees classic 'Stayin Alive' Mouth to mouth often ineffective while chest compressions are crucial, say heart experts Giving the kiss of life may actually hinder a patient’s survival, experts warn. They say that mouth-to-mouth is often ineffective and gets in the way of the crucial chest compression’s need to keep the victim’s heart beating. And according to the British Heart Foundation, the sheer thought of having to blow into someone’s mouth puts many of us off from even attempting resuscitation