On New Year's Eve, California doctor Amir Yazdan had just fuelled up his brand-new 2012 Porsche Turbo at a South Carolina gas station — and was snapping photos of the new car for a friend back home — when he heard a woman screaming on the side of the road.
Across the street, Marjie Britz was frantic. Her 11-year-old son, Tiger Winge, was lifeless in the backseat of her car.
Yazdan immediately ran toward the scene and removed the boy from the vehicle.
"I immediately picked him up and took him out of the car, put him on the side of the street, and checked for a pulse," Yazdan told 7 On Your Side. "It wasn't an option for me to let this kid go, I was just doing everything I could."
"The scene was chaotic, you know, people screaming, people on the ground that were just praying," Yazdan, 32, told CBS Los Angeles. "And I was praying, saying, 'Please God, don't let this kid go.'"
Britz told Yazdan, a hair-transplant doctor and part-time ER physician, that her son suffered from asthma. TheRead More »from California doctor revives lifeless 11-year-old boy in South Carolina