OPINION

Brewer: Resident thanks those who helped

Posted 6/6/22

While walking in the pool at R.H. Johnson Recreation Center May 20, I experienced an episode of light-headedness.

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OPINION

Brewer: Resident thanks those who helped

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While walking in the pool at R.H. Johnson Recreation Center May 20, I experienced an episode of light-headedness.

When it occurred a second time I proceeded to leave the pool. On my way out I got caught in a current and couldn’t move forward. I actually felt my legs get weaker and started to sink a bit. A wonderful friend witnessed my problem and yelled, “Help that woman,” to whomever might hear.

Two kind gentlemen came immediately to my rescue and helped me walk to the exit where they had put a chair for my convenience. Paramedics came promptly. They gave me CPR and took me to the hospital where I recovered nicely.

I don’t know who those gentlemen were that kept me afloat and guided me to safety but they saved my life! I hope they are reading this so I can sincerely thank them. I will forever be grateful for their assistance!

Also, to Gloria and Kathy and all the medics who were so thorough and efficient, thank you!

Maggie Brewer

Sun City West

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