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Heroes honored for saving John Stroh’s life in Woodbridge

When John Stroh’s heart stopped, luck and friends saved him

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American Medical Response paramedic Greg Morgan, left, places a pin on John Stroh’s collar during a ceremony at Woodbridge Golf and Country Club on Friday, June 21, 2013. Strow recently suffered a heart attack while playing a round of golf and was revived by his golfing partners and club employees.

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It was fate that three friends were there when John Stroh collapsed on the Woodbridge Golf and Country Club’s ninth hole. It was luck that the country club happened to be holding CPR training at the same time his heart decided to stop.

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Dan Evans/News-Sentinel

American Medical Response paramedic Greg Morgan, left, places a pin on John Stroh’s collar during a ceremony at Woodbridge Golf and Country Club on Friday, June 21, 2013. Strow recently suffered a heart attack while playing a round of golf and was revived by his golfing partners and club employees.

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