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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

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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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