Two men rescued a 97-year-old woman as flames and smoke billowed from her burning house in Nashua, New Hampshire. Lariana Garvis, a woman who recorded the scene, saw a driver and a neighbor kicking the front door to carry the woman out of her house. But afterwards, one of the rescuers went into cardiac arrest, collapsing to the ground. Garvis chucked her phone and started doing chest compressions. "I didn't stop," said Garvis. "I kept talking to him. I said, 'Listen, man, you just saved her. You're not dying.'" Emergency responders soon arrived on site and took over. At the end of it all, Garvis said, “Everyone can be a hero every single day. You never really know what’s going to happen to you."

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