Did TV Show Help Save Mom's Life?

Maddie Kestell, 10, says she learned CPR by watching "Grey's Anatomy."
0:48 | 12/05/11

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And heroes come in all shapes and sizes and ages. This morning we have the story and a ten year old Wisconsin girl who saved her mother's life by repeating something she -- on a popular ABC television show. -- -- Stell and a friend perform CPR on -- he's mom when she suffered an asthma attack. Last week she collapsed and stopped breathing the two girls work together until help arrived. -- in the -- she used in the treatment. Hanging. We love my mind is now and then and three didn't turn out -- pushing her -- And the line. It's. Just amazing Mattie says they learned how to do that how to perform CPR. From watching Grey's Anatomy and they were watching with her mom.

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