How CPR saved a young woman’s life (it could save yours, too)
Only 10 percent of people who suffer cardiac arrest outside a hospital survive. Molly Alter became one of them on her last day of high school, thanks to a classmate, and now she’s sharing her story, hoping to inspire more people to learn how to administer CPR. TODAY’s Jenna Bush Hager reports.
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