The students said it was obviously a right-place, right-time moment.
“I was just a level above him in the building,” Probert said. “I was able to respond within a matter of a minute, or 30 seconds.”
He said Fowles showed up before he finished the first cycle of CPR, and Wenn showed up with the defibrillator within about three minutes. Within about eight minutes, the EMT arrived.
“It just seemed like everyone was in it to win it, I guess you could say,” Probert said.
Baker, who hopes to be back teaching in four weeks, said the experience was a humbling one. He said his family has adopted the students as part of their own, and he plans to have lifelong relationships with them.
“I don’t know how you can ever repay a debt like that or how you can thank them enough,” he said.
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