Good Samaritans helped save stricken man at KnightsFest; Victim, 68, leaves hospital

From: Fort Mill Times

No one has to tell Tasia Lung how important it was for her and two other Good Samaritans to take action when a man working a grill at Knights Stadium on Saturday collapsed suddenly and stopped breathing.

Lung, 29, who recently relocated to Tega Cay, was an EMT in Indiana and kept her CPR certification up-to-date even though she is not certified to work as an EMT in South Carolina.

“The faster you can get someone CPR, it increases the odds the patient survives,” Lung said.

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