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Captain Michael Inman presented Coast Guard Commendation Medals to Robert Canepa and Ryan O'Meara on Friday for their outstanding achievement in saving a man's life. On the morning of April 21, the two men were driving along Mendenhall Loop Road when they were flagged down by a woman whose husband was having a heart attack. Thanks to the immediate first response and CPR performed by Canepa and O'Meara, Winston Neal Arnold, a 61-year-old retired Navyman, now owes his life to his fellow servicemen.
Photo: An Honor Deserved 061009 NEWS 7 Capital City Weekly Captain Michael Inman presented Coast Guard Commendation Medals to Robert Canepa and Ryan O'Meara on Friday for their outstanding achievement in saving a man's life. On the morning of April 21, the two men were driving along Mendenhall Loop Road when they were flagged down by a woman whose husband was having a heart attack. Thanks to the immediate first response and CPR performed by Canepa and O'Meara, Winston Neal Arnold, a 61-year-old retired Navyman, now owes his life to his fellow servicemen.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Story last updated at 6/10/2009 - 1:35 pm

Photo: An Honor Deserved

Captain Michael Inman presented Coast Guard Commendation Medals to Robert Canepa and Ryan O'Meara on Friday for their outstanding achievement in saving a man's life. On the morning of April 21, the two men were driving along Mendenhall Loop Road when they were flagged down by a woman whose husband was having a heart attack. Thanks to the immediate first response and CPR performed by Canepa and O'Meara, Winston Neal Arnold, a 61-year-old retired Navyman, now owes his life to his fellow servicemen.


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