HORU September 24, 2014

"I became an EMT when I was 16, and I wouldn't trade it for the world. However, it did make me grow up faster than your average 16-year-old. The first time I did CPR on someone, it was a person who got in a fight with their parents. They left the house and overdosed on drugs. It really made me realize how precious life really is. And made me appreciate everything I have.
"I became an EMT when I was 16, and I wouldn't trade it for the world. However, it did make me grow up faster than your average 16-year-old. The first time I did CPR on someone, it was a person who got in a fight with their parents. They left the house and overdosed on drugs. It really made me realize how precious life really is. And made me appreciate everything I have.

"I became an EMT when I was 16, and I wouldn't trade it for the world. However, it did make me grow up faster than your average 16-year-old. The first time I did CPR on someone, it was a person who got in a fight with their parents. They left the house and overdosed on drugs. It really made me realize how precious life really is. And made me appreciate everything I have."


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