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The TNT Family Lends a Helping Hand
Submitted By Webmaster on Monday, November 16, 2015
On the afternoon of Nov-15 a group of parents from the Minor Peewee AE team answered the call for help at the NTRC.

A young lady yelled for help in the parking lot of the arena after her mother had fallen ill beside her car. Without hesitation a group of our parents jumped into action.

This group of individuals provided basic first aid that later led to administering CPR and the need for the defibrillator prior to the arrival of the EMS team. This was a great response by our parents. I later learned that they even took the ladies car to the hospital after she was taken by ambulance so that it was easier for the family to deal with later.

I have not included the names of the individuals because they would only say what else would anybody do. But I did notice and would like to offer to those people a big thank you. In light of the world events this past weekend it is nice to see people stand up and help, a bright spot in this world today.

I would offer the following. It is so good to be associated with people like you and who knows you may have saved a life today. We don't know the name of the lady involved or the present status of her condition but we have our thoughts and prayers with her this evening.

Coach Bill
Minor Pee Wee AE
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