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First-Responders Finish Man’s Yard Work After Saving Him From Heart Attack

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First-Responders Finish Man’s Yard Work After Saving Him From Heart Attack

First-Responders Finish Man’s Yard Work After Saving Him From Heart Attack

These first responders not only saved Gene’s life --- but also his beloved lawn!

Paramedics and firefighters of Pasco County, Florida were called to the home of Gene Work who had suffered a heart attack while laying down sod for his lawn.

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