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SANFORD - Testimony resumed today in the trial ofGeorge Zimmerman, with neighbors and first responders telling jurors about what they saw and heard on the night 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was fatally shot.
This afternoon, jurors heard testimony from Stacy Livingston, a firefighter/EMT with the Sanford Fire Department. Livingston said Trayvon was pronounced dead at the shooting scene about 7:30 p.m.
Livingston also treated Zimmerman, who she said had a "very swollen, bleeding nose" and two cuts to the back of his head. He declined to be taken to a hospital, she said.
Earlier this afternoon, the jury heard from Sanford police Officer Ricardo Ayala, who was on-scene that night and performed chest compressions on Trayvon.
Ayala said he arrived to find another officer holding Zimmerman at gunpoint. Once he was sure the fellow officer was safe, he turned his attention to life-saving efforts, Ayala said.