When Jim Kendrick left his Hartwood home on Sept. 10, he did not know that he was about to become part of an elite group of people—the less than 8 percent of people annually who survive in experiencing cardiac arrest outside a hospital. Unexpectedly, Kendrick’s heart stopped beating as he was driving south on Interstate 95. Three bystanders stopped, freed him from his car, started performing CPR and called 911. Kendrick survived and was reunited recently with the men who helped save his life.
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