WOMAN'S LIFE SAVED BY MAN WHOSE LIFE SHE SAVED WHEN HE WAS A BOY
Coincidence? Synchronicity? Karma?
Or Something Else?
When Kevin Stephan was 11 years old, he was struck in the chest by a baseball bat during a game. The impact of the bat stopped his heart.
Penny Brown, an off-duty nurse, was watching the game. She rushed onto the field and revived Kevin, saving his life.
Seven years later Kevin Stephan was working as a dishwasher in a restuarant when a woman began choking to death on her lunch.
Kevin had trained as a volunteer firefighter, he knew the Heimlich maneuver, and he managed to dislodge the food from the woman's throat, thus saving her life.
The woman was Penny Brown.
"It's one of those things you can't explain," said Kevin. "It was meant to happen."
"It's almost impossible to believe," Penny said, "but I'm very appreciative of what occurred. One good turn deserves another."
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