family survives scuba disaster - family photoBill Greenberg would not stop CPR.

Forty minutes after his wife Hilary had been found at the bottom of the sea with her scuba breathing regulator dangling alongside her during a family trip to Costa Rica, a physician continued to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation on his unresponsive wife. Even rescue workers tried to revive her, but nothing seemed to work. Still, Greenberg did not give up.

And nearly one year after the ill-fated trip with her husband and their three boys, Hilary is on a mission to tell whoever she meets to learn CPR — because it could help save a life.

Also important, do not give up, even if you don’t get a pulse.

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