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Awesome! The desire to remain anonymous speaks volumes for their motivations. I have all the respect in the world for this woman. Good luck to the yound man.
nurse, who asked not to be identified?
Why not she is a hero
right place, right time, lucky kid
She took a tragedy and gave it a happy ending
Thank you mystery nurse
A special thank you to the nurse who saved this childs life. I say a heartfelt prayer of thanks that you were in the right place at the right time!
That is what a real hero looks like, not some sports or political hyped up hero.
A true hero indeed. We finally have a real American hero!
Note to people that cannot swim: Do not play near deep end of pool.
Someone buy that woman a beer!
I'm sure it's journalism ignorance, but I hop she didn't perform CPR if the kid had a pulse.
Love hero's! Good for the family and for the hero!
ATTA GIRL !!!!!!!!!!!!
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