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That is twelve year old Kylie -- she was walking to class in Frisco Texas when her heart stopped two weeks ago.
And she fell to the floor that's when two gym teachers jumped into action one perform CPR and the other grabbed the schools that the liberal later.
They not only kick started her heart they saved her life without their quick thinking.
Kylie would only have a 3% chance of surviving.
Streets right now that girl twelve year old Kylie along with her parents Sheryl and Mike there in the front row.
And the hero teachers Kristen could gin and Brent threes weren't -- My 101 -- -- let's start with you it was two weeks ago you're walking through the halls of that school you're sitting in right now and what happened.
I was tired so I -- Decided to sit down but I -- events and that's what caused me to -- over.
And then I don't -- them.
You don't remember anything until the helicopter ride and yes you had no history that you knew of of heart problems right.
Now none none whatsoever all right the so Kristen menu.
You're you're on the scene along with Brent and does.
Your first inclination would be to do what.
Am -- crazy -- -- -- mistake and check on our main -- she was safe she is right violent of the table that we have in the holly.
And insist panic and -- sides sat down beside -- and put my hand under her head.
And and -- within a matter of like 1020 seconds she was out and -- before that -- -- for the other girls to get it and centuries.
And then as soon as He came -- we can tell she needed CPR needed eighty -- away after we did as initial check murders stop look and listen.
The thing about you guys being prepared is in the state of Texas I understand they mandate that you were trained not only to perform CPR but also to run that.
And -- You it was after the CPR did not work you put to the deferred -- later auditor and apparently.
It guides you through it and it tells you what to do.
And He told you to a shocker.
But you thought.
That can't really.
Absolutely I'm thinking that once.
What -- put the paddles on and it said those analyzing shock advised you're thinking well did I put it on right is it reading what is supposed to read.
And so wanted -- shock advised that was.
Kind of a pause and you know we went ahead and it knowing that his life and death.
Type decision to make so.
There -- no kidding because if you were wrong if the machine was wrong rather than save her life you -- killed.
Absolutely but the great thing about the way that AB AD's are made is that if if Bob had put it on wrong it would has said check electrodes and it -- give me another opportunity to put it on so there's a kind of a check -- That you can fall back on on that and -- a need to do the right jobs sure can bring you round of shocking her twice right.
And by that tells -- that paramedics in the ambulance had arrived.
Right and she is actually after that second shot police are another round CPR she started.
-- regained consciousness she started crying real softly.
Started turning just a little bit and she was actually starting to come back.
When they EMS got there -- Oh my goodness -- Cheryl.
I'm sure you've heard the statistics without.
You -- daughters gym teachers jump in and did.
Try to save her life she would have only had a 1% chance of surviving without brain -- Yes you do that is and unbelievable statistics.
She's a miracle.
It's it's a miracle.
It is a miracle and she's alive today.
Because that school had one of those defibrillators that they should be everywhere shouldn't.
I -- absolutely.
No absolutely no Mike when you walked into the room and you saw that she was surrounded by ten people in lab coats on that Gurney.
What happened to you can.
-- to the floor to my -- a little bit distant and shock and in just horrifying watching your daughter being worked on.
It was us.
Scary to say released and then when I heard her call for her mom and crying I could I realize you know and I need to go in there and -- -- side as well.
-- and Anne -- I understand you had to tell your bond that you're okay right because she was Korean she was about it.
Yes she left I told there probably about 510 stop crying -- okay.
If that's if that's true I heard a lot yeah look how are you today -- -- and not smacks fair and I'm feeling great.
How -- your feeling great because.
Today's your first day of school.
After what happened two weeks ago and you're on TV.
What and she's got her seat belt with a deep with a pacemaker in science and raise the pacemaker right right there.
She will be able to.
Be involved in sports I understand but for the most part the rest of her life will be exactly as it was before right.
-- yes correct yet correct she should be evidence some sports golf swimming win.
When were just non contact volleyball tour golf course which He did -- -- not plan.
And and Sheryl and Mike and I know there behind you but over the last two weeks how much how many times have you -- didn't.
Just -- those two people behind you say thank.
Keep up to -- up all the time.
All the time every time we see and that's always that they had they they are family and that week telling they're stuck with us.
Gonna have to move on the high school.
College SpinRite wherever she got -- -- traveling together wolf what it what a great story with a happy -- in just.
Shows that you were in the right place at the right time with the right equipment and it saved.
Her daughter's life Florida Kylie and Sheryl and Mike Christian and for -- You all for joining us live today from Frisco Texas.
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