Susan Brayshaw's husband suffered a heart attack on Saturday. Doctors told her to buy a lottery ticket: he's the luckiest man alive.
"All of Jon's lucky stars were aligned on this very day, at this very time," Susan said on Saturday.
Susan her husband, Jon, were biking together on an Ottawa bike path when Jon collapsed in cardiac arrest.
Susan doesn't know CPR.
Within seconds, a group of "angels" came to the couple's rescue. Biking behind them were three doctors, including a cardiologist. A transit officer arrived shortly after with a defibrillator.
"They just took over," Susan told the Ottawa Sun. "They all worked together, each of them had a job to do. It was almost like it had been rehearsed. It was like it was meant to be."
"It was an outstanding story," said paramedic spokesman J.P. Trottier. "It's rare enough for us to be able to get a save with someone who's had a cardiac arrest, but with the early CPR and the (Public Access Defibrillator) program, it is working."
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