One good deed, quickly repaid with another

  • Article by: MARY LYNN SMITH and PAUL WALSH , Star Tribune staff writers
  • Updated: November 17, 2011 - 11:25 AM

Two motorists saved the life of a good Samaritan who had moments earlier helped them.

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bjparkerNov. 7, 11 8:54 AM

This is just so neat. Great to see a positive story, especially Monday morning!

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AnnieRubinNov. 7, 11 9:12 AM

This is the best kind of story to read on Monday morning! So positive! My best wishes for a full recovery to the driver who suffered a heart attack.

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rock777Nov. 7, 11 9:13 AM

Great story...we all need to pay it forward and help others even if we are not the ones to benefit as in this case.

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trex021Nov. 7, 11 9:16 AM

I'm not a religous guy but sometimes you've got to wonder...

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oldladyjonesNov. 7, 11 9:33 AM

What goes around, comes around. Pay it forward!

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corinnemicNov. 7, 11 9:33 AM

Great story! One thing, defibrillators don't restart stopped hearts; they actually momentarily stop an irregular heartbeat in order to restore a productive rhythm.

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oldladyjonesNov. 7, 11 9:36 AM

What goes around, comes around, pay it forward!!!

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nemarollerNov. 7, 11 9:37 AM

The physical activity of changing the tire may have precipitated the heart attack...

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paulh272Nov. 7, 1110:15 AM

nemaroller The physical activity of changing the tire may have precipitated the heart attack... See they all took that as you saying he should have never stopped, instead of a more reasonable perception of simply stating a fact. But next time you might want to add something to deter the glass half empty crowd.

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ranger1873Nov. 7, 1110:44 AM

What a great story. I get tired of hearing that 'no good deed goes unpunished'. Mercy given, mercy received. Thank you for posting this.

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