Jones said he didn't have time to really think.
"It was time to act and it was time to go," he told KOCO-TV. "We're trained as far as handling people who are emotionally distraught and that you can't let that factor into your judgment and what you're trained to do."
Blanchard told ABC News that they got the woman's heart going and then transported her to a hospital, where she remains. Police would not disclose details of the woman's condition but said she was expected to recover.
Blanchard Police Capt. Joe Beilouny praised Jones, saying that his work had been extremely vital in saving the woman's life.
He "kept his cool, remained very calm the entire time," Beilouny said.