Spontaneously-Ordered, Group Compassion, in Action!

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

After Man Collapses, 20 People Take Turns Performing CPR For 96 Minutes:

(Amanda Froelich) In the small town of Goodhue, Minnesota, a miracle was witnessed. After walking out of a grocery store, 54-year-old Howard Snitzer collapsed unexpectedly. Those who were nearby rushed to help. Their quick-thinking and perseverance ended up saving his life. Though the incident, which is now referred to as the “longest, successful out-of-hospital resuscitation,” occurred in 2011, we think it’s worth sharing.

(Read entire article here)

My Commentary: Flashback, 2011… Never heard about this… <3

Reminds me of another, more recent event:

At Least 80 People Form Human Chain to Rescue Stranded Group in Gulf of Mexico:

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