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Woman gives drowning boy CPR after jumping out of her wheelchair
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A team effort from a teenage boy and a Good Samaritan saved a 12-year-old boy's life after he almost drowned in a swimming pool. Cody Runyon was swimming at the Villages at Essex Park apartment complex in Rochester, Minnesota, last week when he realised someone was missing, the Daily Mail reports. His friend Evan, 12, had suddenly disappeared. "I went underwater, and all of a sudden I see him just laying on the ground," Cody told KTTC.

There was no lifeguard on duty, so the fast-thinking teen immediately swam toward his friend and dove in to get Evan above water.

"I grabbed him...around his waist, and then his head was over my shoulder and I started carrying him," Cody said.

Cody swam to the shallow end, where Desiree Pasko was waiting to help.

Pasko, who often uses a wheelchair, has fibromyalgia and cannot lift things. So with the help of another child, Cody pushed Evan's body out of the water.

Then, mustering all her strength, Pasko managed to help pull Evan's body onto the concrete.

"Adrenaline was so surreal at the time," she said. "I walked over and said to the young man, 'This isn't funny. If you're playing, this isn't funny'".

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