Great story in the Spokesman-Review this morning here.
Here's what it said:
"Two deputies saved the life of an 84-year-old man who suffered a
heart attack Thursday, the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office said Friday.
Ray Miller was patrolling near the area of Thorpe and Assembly roads in
southwest Spokane County when he saw the man’s vehicle blocking
As Miller approached, Deputy Matt Gould, who was off
duty, stopped at the truck and told Miller he thought the man needed
The man was in the driver’s seat and said he’d
eaten oatmeal and coffee at a restaurant and didn’t feel well, according
to a news release. He couldn’t stop vomiting but refused medical
assistance. Miller called medics.
Medics confirmed the man was
having heart problems; they later contacted Miller and said the man had
just completed open-heart surgery and had been suffering a heart attack
when deputies contacted him."