The heart of a high school football announcer just stopped beating at a football game and was restarted by coaches and a doctor while the whole stadium heard the drama on a public address system.
“You could hear the coach yelling ‘clear, clear, it’s about to give a shock’ through the entire stands,” said an assistant coach.
The defibrillator, a device that has been required at all Public School Athletic League football games for five years, restarted the man’s heart, and an emergency triple bypass was performed the next morning.
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