Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Save a life. Learn CPR.

WFAA-TV just released an article on a local father who used CPR to save his son's life.

It's estimated 300 children under the age of five drown in pools and spas each year.
Last year, a record in Texas: 113 children drowned and that could have happened to a little boy from Arlington, if not for his quick-thinking father.

The article goes on to say...

If you're looking for a reason to learn CPR, listen to a young father who watched his little boy come back to life a week ago Sunday.

So, read the article. Then sign up for a class and save a life.

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