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RANDOM ACT OF KINDNESS
Edited by ALEXANDRA FENWICK
October 08, 2012
Seth Goldstein, a senior at Memphis's Cooper Yeshiva High, stopped during a cross-country race to help a boy from rival Germantown High who had suffered a seizure in the heat. Goldstein, a lifeguard, called for a nearby parent to phone 911 and then turned the boy, who had bitten through his tongue and was spitting up blood, on his side so he wouldn't asphyxiate. He waited for paramedics and then finished the race.
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October 08, 2012

Random Act Of Kindness

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Seth Goldstein, a senior at Memphis's Cooper Yeshiva High, stopped during a cross-country race to help a boy from rival Germantown High who had suffered a seizure in the heat. Goldstein, a lifeguard, called for a nearby parent to phone 911 and then turned the boy, who had bitten through his tongue and was spitting up blood, on his side so he wouldn't asphyxiate. He waited for paramedics and then finished the race.

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