Rescuers Running Race Help Save Runner's Life


 
 

Laura Borchers | | Tuesday, May 6, 2008


CINCINNATTI -- If there's such a thing as a good time and place to have a heart attack, a Cincinnati man probably had one of the better ones during the Flying Pig Marathon Sunday.

Bobby Edwards, 55, was running near mile marker 10 when he collapsed and stopped breathing.

But only steps behind him were a group of firefighters and paramedics who were also running in the marathon.

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