You do not think you will experience. What I am talking about is reading about some young kid dropping dead while playing some sports or something. Will last week my great nephew, 13 years old, collapsed in PE at school and essentially died. His heart stopped. The PE teacher immediately started CPR and kept it up for many minutes until the Fire Chief came. The Fire Chief came because there was no one else available to respond, they were all out on calls. The Fire Chief and PE teacher continued CPR until an Ambulance could arrive. Got him to the hospital and "brought him back" got him stabilized and had him flown to a hospital in a larger city that specializes in heart attacks. They discovered he had a rare heart condition and it required a pace maker to keep his heart beating correctly. Next morning he went in surgery, the following day they brought him home and he is doing very well. From dead to feeling very well, in fact he told his mom he felt better then he could ever remember feeling, in two days.
The PE teacher and Fire Chief deserve metals of some sort. The saved his life.
It is all pretty amazing to me and my niece has 4 boys. I was also amazed at how people stepped in to help. We even ended up with the second oldest boy to take care of for a few days. That in it's self turned out to be a blessing. I am not very use to being around today's young kids. In fact they terrify me. But this guy and I hit it off very well. I enjoyed his stay. Even had him working at the scroll saw!! We had a good time. His mom says that is all he has talked about since he went home. Got to have him back to finish up our wood working projects. He even left me with some assignments of things to get done for when he gets to come back.
Life can be amazing!