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    Good job.
    North Carolina Paramedic Saved by Juniors

    "17-year-old Ethan Parker, captain of the Lincoln County Junior Rescue Squad, remembers thinking it had to be a joke when told their mentor and captain, 39-year-old Ken Morrison had collapsed Friday night.

    "One of the juniors said 'Ethan there's something wrong with Ken.' And I was like are they playing another joke on me? I walked in and found him and he was blue and wasn't breathing and didn't have a pulse," he says.

    But it was no joke and the teens immediately began CPR. They say they had to shock Captain Morrison's heart three different times before he responded."
    "If you put the fire out right in the first place, you won't have to jump out the window."
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    Great Job! Way to go. Hope he has a speedy recovery.
    ~But with God all things are possible. Matthew 19:26~

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    Good job. My hats off to them.
    Hello. Fire dept.. You light'em, We fight'em!

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    good job guys

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    And some people want know why Fire/Rescue dept. have a Jr/Explorer program. Great job! Keep up up the good work. I hope that Capt. Morrison makes a full and speedy recovery. Our prayers go out to him. Again Great job.

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    Amazing, Gj!

    Hope he recovers fully

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    Very cool! Talk about being in the right place at the right time. Good job guys!
    Greater love has no man than to lay his life down for a friend.

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    Wow. Excellent work.
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    Good job guys Hope he has a fast recovery

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    Great job guy's. Keep up the good work.
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    makeing a good name for all the recruits out there by showin them that we do know what we are doing great job hope your capt makes out ok
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    Job well done guys. Hopefully a speedy recovery for the Capt.
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    Awesome

    Hope Captain has a speedy recovery!

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