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Gloversville student recognized for helping with CPR.

September 19, 2018 10:07 PM

GLOVERSVILLE -- Eighth-grader Luke Page was at the Cumberland Farms near the post office Friday when he saw the unconscious man and heard he needed help. 

He ran to get his mother, who is CPR-certified.  

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He helped give the man treatment until the ambulance arrived.
 
"Didn't surprise me," said Gloversville Middle School Principal Mark Batty.  "Luke's a great kid.  He's involved a lot in the school.  He's got a great attitude and he's part of that group of kids we've got here that are trying to do the right thing.  And I don't think they're doing it for any other reason than they know it's the right thing to do."

Luke says it all happened quickly and he was happy to help.   
 

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