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This One Time When I Abducted an Elderly Gentleman and Saved His Life

Learn to listen to your gut instincts and tune in to your spidey senses

Photo by Bahram Bayat on Unsplash

The whole situation is futile. But I have to try.

I continue giving CPR, desperate to hear her breathe. Willing her to come around. I try frantically to save her, but I fail. The paramedic signals for me…




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