Recent CPR Class Helps Teenager Save Baby's Life In Walmart
November 17, 2014
A quick-thinking teenager saved a baby's life after the 11 month-old suddenly stopped breathing inside a Missouri Walmart.
17 year-old Abby Snodgrass heard the commotion from aisles away, ran over to help, and started performing CPR. She had recently learned the procedure in her high school health class. And it worked.
Eventually the baby started breathing again. The baby's family released this statement to ABC news after the incident:
"We are exceedingly grateful to the young woman who helped our daughter. Our daughter is home and healthy, and we couldn't be more thankful."
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