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Old March 2nd, 2005, 21:08
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Paramedics not always the saviors of cardiac-arrest patients

[Yahoo! News / USA Today] At first, the regulars in the Homestead Diner thought Bill Twilley was joking when he hit the floor after taking his seat. It was, after all, April Fools Day. And it was, after all, Bill.

But when Curtis Conway looked under the table, he saw that his friend had scraped his forehead and his glasses had cut his face. "He got all stiff," Conway says, "and he started turning blue."

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3/2/2005
By Robert Davis, USA TODAY
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