Two brothers, age 7 and 10 saved their grandmom by performing CPR on her, after she had a severe cardiac arrest.
They were with their grandmother, 62-year-old Patti Chatterson ( Canada) when she had a sudden and massive cardiac arrest.
"She looked really dead, Spit was going back into her mouth. She was grunting a little." they told CBC.
"It was so scary. I didn't want to let our grandma die," said 7yr old Grayson.
"We just acted" .
Their mother, Lee Chatterson Wu said she hadn't planned on teaching CPR to her young boys.
"There was a little boy there whose parents are medical professionals and they've taught their kids things like this. The kids were all downstairs watching a movie and I heard this little boy yell out, 'It's cardiac arrest, start CPR.' So I made a big deal about it, I said you're very smart and good job," she said.
"And my boys asked me to teach them."
Chatterson Wu is a nurse and said she ran the boys through the basics.
"Where to do compressions, how to do compressions, the breaths, plugging the nose, covering the mouth. It wasn't a very in-depth teaching of it," she said.
"I honestly didn't think they'd ever need it, or that it was necessarily an important thing to teach them at the ages of 7 and 10."
But you never know when you might need a skill, that too something as important as CPR.
They continued with compressions, hard enough to crack her ribs, while Grayson plugged her nose and gave her breaths and she finally she gasped and survived.
Seven minutes later, the paramedics arrived.
Learn CPR, you never know when you might need it, at least learn it for your loved ones.
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