Brothers, age 7 and 10, perform CPR to save grandmother in cardiac arrest |CPR First Aid NJ and NY


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Grayson, left, and Kian Chatterson Wu are being credited with saving their grandmother's life. (CBC)

It was a Saturday night and seven-year-old Grayson Wu said that he knew something was wrong with his grandma when he asked for a snack and she didn't answer.


"So I looked over and she was, like..." he said.


"Unconscious, on the couch," interjects 10-year-old Kian Wu, rolling his head back and opening his mouth wide to illustrate.


"She looked really dead," adds Grayson. "Spit was going back into her mouth. She was grunting a little."


He makes a gurgling sound.


It was Nov. 10 and the brothers were having a sleepover at their grandma's house in Saskatoon. They'd just watched a movie when 62-year-old Patti Chatterson had a massive heart attack and went into full cardiac arrest.


"It was so scary. I didn't want to let our grandma die," said Grayson.


"We just acted," said Kian.


Grayson and Kian describe the moment they saw their grandmother wasn't breathing.



Read more : https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatoon/saskatoon-brothers-cardiac-arrest-1.4920639


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