36-year-old Amy Hunter was teaching an anatomy class at a technical school in Roosevelt, Utah earlier this month, when she suddenly suffered a HEART ATTACK and collapsed.
Luckily, the school is for NURSING students. And one of the other teachers knew Amy was born with a heart condition. So when a student told them what happened, they immediately grabbed a defibrillator, and ran back to the classroom.
Also, a woman who was teaching a nursing class across the hall happened to be an emergency room nurse with 25 years of experience. And that day, her students included another ER nurse, as well as four EMTs.
So an entire TEAM of experts started doing CPR. And by the time an ambulance got there, they already had Amy's heart going again.
Now, at this point she's still in the hospital, and she not out of the woods yet. According to her doctors, she needs a new heart, and they're in the process of finding one.
But they said that if Amy hadn't been literally SURROUNDED by nurses and EMTs when it happened, there's no way she would have survived. (KSL.com / Desert News)