Fourteen-year-old William “Kent” Arnold, left, performed CPR on his father, Mike Arnold, in the parking lot of LA Fitness in South Hill on Aug. 29. His actions kept his father’s blood circulating during a heart attack, which helped to save his life. Kent learned CPR training in eighth grade in a health class at Kalles Junior High School in Puyallup.
Fourteen-year-old William “Kent” Arnold, left, performed CPR on his father, Mike Arnold, in the parking lot of LA Fitness in South Hill on Aug. 29. His actions kept his father’s blood circulating during a heart attack, which helped to save his life. Kent learned CPR training in eighth grade in a health class at Kalles Junior High School in Puyallup. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
Fourteen-year-old William “Kent” Arnold, left, performed CPR on his father, Mike Arnold, in the parking lot of LA Fitness in South Hill on Aug. 29. His actions kept his father’s blood circulating during a heart attack, which helped to save his life. Kent learned CPR training in eighth grade in a health class at Kalles Junior High School in Puyallup. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com

Puyallup student saves his father’s life using CPR skills

October 19, 2016 9:54 AM

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