Marilyn Morris was working her regular day shift at the Wells Fargo bank in the Fruitvale district of Oakland. Suddenly, a man outside of the bank had a heart attack on the street corner. When Marilyn ran out of the bank to try to assist a crowd of bystanders stood surrounding the man, but no one did anything to help. As fate would have it, Marilyn had just had a CPR class at the post office where she works the night shift. Marilyn administered CPR to the man and kept him alive until Firefighters arrived. Ironically, the man she saved was also a supervisor at the post office where Marilyn worked.
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