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Newlywed Nurse Saves a Life Right after Her Marriage by Performing CPR

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[h=1]Newlywed Nurse Saves a Life Right after Her Marriage by Performing CPR[/h]
When Julie Stroyne put on her wedding gown, she expected to start a new life side by side her loved one.
She never expected to also save a life.
Stroyne is a 24-year-old trauma nurse and works at UPMC Presbyterian Hospital. On June 11[SUP]th[/SUP] she got married with 26-year-old Andrew Nixon.
As they were exiting the Pennsylvanian Hotel in Pittsburgh, they heard someone calling for help, “Does anyone know CPR? Is anyone a doctor?”

Due to her medical instincts, Stroyne reacted immediately.

She rushed over to the bench where there was a woman in her early 20s lying unconscious.
Stroyne dropped her flowers and purse, and began mouth-to-mouth resuscitation on the unconscious woman.
As she explained later, she forgot all about her wedding and social obligations for a moment and focused on saving the woman.

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