Mailman Delivers Life to Heart Attack Victim

Rick Hendrickson's grandson flagged down the postal carrier who happened to be CPR certified.
3:00 | 01/22/14

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A twist of fate helped save a man's life in the tiny town of Oslo North Dakota population 32766. Year old Rick Hendricks and it just stepped outside his house when he suffered a heart attack. His grandson flagged down a passing postal worker who called 911 and happen to be certified in CPR. Here's where the real -- starts it wasn't the regular -- man was just -- -- by chance. Maybe -- earlier -- was on vacation or something. But couldn't religion matter what I wrinkled these little. Normally the first American war and that was the -- -- -- that he was it has. -- -- -- -- Hendrickson spent eleven days in the hospital recovering and also undergoing surgery to fix a blocked artery. He says he's looking forward to meeting the man who saved his life.

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