In November, 1994, 12-year-old Girl Scout Stephanie Shearman of Jonesboro, Ark was running in the Arkansas State University's five-kilometer "Fun Run" in Hot Springs, Arkansas when she saw a 52-year-old runner just ahead collapse. Since none of the adults on the scene knew how to perform CPR, Stephanie stepped in to save the man's life.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Aaron Hall Aaron thought alderbrush already Amanda and Melissa ambulance Bigfoot Bill Colwell blond girl bonfire Boy Scout boy's breath brush camp campers Chad choir cold counselor dance Dante Swallow Darth Vader Deborah Morris door Eli looked Eli's eyes face father fire front gate glanced going granola bars grinned happened hard head Heather hike hunt inside Jonesboro keep Kelly Kids Real Adventures laughed little kids Marshall Mountain Medal of Honor miles minutes morning mountain lion mouth never okay Panama paramedic promise pulled race Real Kids Real Roy Goodner screamed seat shoulder singing slow smiled snapped staffers stared started Stephanie felt Stephanie Shearman Stephanie thought Stephanie's story Teresa there's things tired took trail trees tried truck trying turned Valley View volleyball walked Wallace High School watching Wiener Mobile Yeah yelled