From the Columbus Dispatch, January 29, 2012:
For a while, Dec. 15 was like any other day for Robbin Goods.
The violence-prevention educator with the nonprofit Community for New Direction was working with students at Ohio Avenue Elementary School on the city’s East Side. Then her heart stopped.
Goods, 35, was taken to Grant Medical Center and was kept under observation for a week. She said doctors weren’t sure why she went into cardiac arrest but told her the school’s defibrillator kept her alive.
“Her incident had essentially a textbook response,” said Mark Huckaby, EMS coordinator at Grant and a volunteer with the American Heart Association.
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