It’s never too soon to start teaching your children CPR.

When Kendall, 11, heard noises coming from her grandmother, she didn’t hesitate.

“I heard these weird noises, so I turned my head and it was my nana, and she was drenched in sweat, so I turned her over and ran to her side and started to do CPR,” explained Kendall.

The paramedics were surprised to find such a young person handling such a serious emergency so calmly.

Even Kendall’s family didn’t know she could do CPR.

“My nana, she taught me when I was little, just incase it happened tony papa,” said the fifth-grader.

According to the paramedics and fire department who responded to the 9-1-1 call, had Kendall not acted so quickly and performed CPR, her grandmother would not have survived.

“My brain just, like, said I had to do it.”

Start teaching your children CPR today.

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