A year ago, Pennsylvania resident Justin Smith underwent treatment for hypothermia. Believed dead in the snow, Smith was revived when the emergency room crew performed hours of CPR on him.
A year ago, Pennsylvania resident Justin Smith underwent treatment for hypothermia. Believed dead in the snow, Smith was revived when the emergency room crew performed hours of CPR on him. Photo from video The Associated Press
A year ago, Pennsylvania resident Justin Smith underwent treatment for hypothermia. Believed dead in the snow, Smith was revived when the emergency room crew performed hours of CPR on him. Photo from video The Associated Press

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