When Man Suddenly Collapses, People Line Up For 96-Minute CPR Marathon to Save Him #TBT

In what has been called the “longest, successful out-of-hospital resuscitation,” 20 different people all saved a man’s life by performing CPR for 96 minutes.

The miraculous incident took place in the tiny town of Goodhue, Minnesota back in 2011. Goodhue, which only has a population of about 1,000 people, doesn’t even have a traffic light. The emergency response team for the town is comprised of roughly 20 volunteers.

54-year-old Howard Snitzer received life-saving help from all of them when he was walking out of a grocery store and suddenly collapsed on the sidewalk from a massive heart attack.

As the grocery clerk called 911, the only other customer in the store rushed outside and started giving…

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