|Published:||Dec 05, 2012 6:27 PM EST|
|Updated:||Dec 05, 2012 6:29 PM EST|
LEE COUNTY, Fla.- An employee at a senior home, put his new life-saving skills to the test, just two weeks after he got CPR certified!
Everyday, Fernando Bruzon lends a helping hand to residents at Barrington Terrace Senior Home, but Monday, he did something out of the ordinary for a total stranger.
"To think that he was able to do such a wonderful thing because God put him there," says Betty Scibbe.
But the driver for the senior home says it was "simply" perfect timing.
"I saw a man laying on the concrete. I run to him and starting doing CPR. He was bleeding on the back of the head," says Bruzon.
Bruzon says he did what anyone else would have done at that moment.
"I just go, went over there, take the pulse, he was breathing just a little bit, and I began CPR."
It was the first time Fernando has ever done CPR, in fact, he became CPR certified just two weeks ago for his job.
"I think I brought him back, because he was, he was really bad," says Bruzon.
He says his training helped the manm but wonders how he is doing today.
"I would like to know if he's, you know, still alive or not."
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