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Australian man's life saved by nephew recently trained in CPR

Just three days after taking a CPR class, Australian Jarrod MacDonald, 22, jumped into action to save the life of his uncle after he collapsed during a game of touch football. Laurence Crawley, a 49-year-old father of four suffered a heart attack resulting in cardiac arrest during the game. Mr. Crawley survived the ordeal thanks to the immediate CPR administered to him by his nephew. This incident underscores that importance of learning CPR and not hesitating to take action when someone becomes unresponsive and stops breathing. Read more at 9 News.

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