Her life saved by 3 strangers, young woman says thank you and voices a wish

[Star Tribune, January 22, 2014] The 23-year-old’s mind “went into a fog,” or so she’s been told, just before she went into sudden cardiac arrest. She survived to tell the story, thanks in large part to the quick thinking of passersby.

At Mercy Hospital, doctors put Bohlman through a process that involves cooling the body down for 24 hours, said Dr. Stephen Hustead, a cardiologist who specializes in heart rhythm management. Read the entire story at startribune.com.

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