Parks life as changed. Suddenly Todd Just collapsed, he Just fell,” my father explained to my family later that week. “Jim call 911! I think he’s having a heart attack! ” yelled Mike Sugars. Mike Is a San Francisco police officer, at the time he was obviously off duty though. Everyone ran over to Todd with frightened looks, thinking they were about to lose a close friend. Instead of hesitating, they helped keep Todd alive, everybody knew CPRM so Parks was in luck. Mike and Rick quickly knelt down and gave Todd chest compressions.
My dad kept Toddy’s airway clear, and Scott carefully monitored his brothers breathing and counted the number of chest compressions. “After Jim contacted 911 it felt like we were waiting forever, waiting for something that would never come, but in reality the response time was only five minutes,” said my father after the Incident. Finally, after five minutes of torture, Todd was taken away to the hospital where he spent the next five days. In those days he received a Steen In an aortic artery as well as a couple visits from friends and family.
After Toddy’s five days were up he went back home to a loving and appreciative family. From that point on, Toddy’s life changed, and so did my life and my father’s life. You see, I’ve heard of heroic acts before and brave people but I didn’t realize what heroism meant until my father gave me a perfect example. My father demonstrated an act of heroism at 4:30 A. M. On July 18, 2013, but that isn’t where it stopped. My father taught me that courage isn’t Just one act or one incident that stops when the actions stop, courage is hat keeps you going after the act stopped.
It was brave for my father to help, but courage is what helped him deal afterwards with the fact that he Just witnessed a close friend almost die before his eyes. It was a frightening, freak incident that personally struck home with my dad and he would not have been able to recover with such stability If he did not have the courage to. The Day Todd Parks Life Changed Forever By Juliann-Ferroelectric process. Wake up, get dressed, yearn for sleep, get over it, drive to work, get the Job the ordinary happened. Around 4:30 A.
M. Rancho was practically empty besides six men: Todd Parks, Bill Ferroelectric, Scott Parks, Mike Sugars, Rick Skirts, and Jim Skirts. Quickly responded in panic, “Rick, Todd! Toddy’s on the ground! ” It was early in the Sugars. Mike is a San Francisco police officer, at the time he was obviously off duty after the incident. Finally, after five minutes of torture, Todd was taken away to the hospital where he spent the next five days. In those days he received a Steen in an with such stability if he did not have the courage to.