Siblings aged 7 and 10, rescue grandma's life by doing mouth to mouth

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While most children of their age would not be set up for such a circumstance, luckily the two siblings were. Their mom Lee Chatterson Wu, who is an attendant, had shown them cardiopulmonary revival (CPR) only five months previously the episode occurred.

Two young men are being hailed as legends after they spared their grandma's life by doing mouth to mouth when she endured a heart assault. As indicated by a DailyMail report, the two siblings, Kian 10, and Grayson Wu, 7, were going to watch a motion picture at their grandma Patti Chatterson's home in Saskatoon, Canada, when the occurrence happened. In any case, the two were unconscious that the 62-year-old was enduring a noteworthy heart assault and had gone into a heart failure.

Their mom Lee Chatterson Wu, who is a medical attendant, had shown them cardiopulmonary revival (CPR) only five months previously the episode occurred. Notwithstanding, she had no clue that the two would utilize the methodology so soon.

The young men at that point called 911 and kept on playing out the crisis technique on their grandma till the rescue vehicle arrived, said a CBC report. It was so frightening," Grayson told the news site."I would not like to give our grandmother a chance to kick the bucket." "We just acted," included Kian.

Luckily, the grandma achieved clinic on time and has made full recuperation. Chatterson told the news organization that she is fortunate to be alive and says thanks to her grandsons for sparing her life.

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