Minnesota Man Uses CPR To Revive A Squirrel Police recently captured footage of a man doing CPR with a single finger. Chris Felix was trying to revive a squirrel that he thought he'd hit with his car. It worked and the squirrel dashed off.
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Minnesota Man Uses CPR To Revive A Squirrel

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Minnesota Man Uses CPR To Revive A Squirrel

Minnesota Man Uses CPR To Revive A Squirrel

Minnesota Man Uses CPR To Revive A Squirrel

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Police recently captured footage of a man doing CPR with a single finger. Chris Felix was trying to revive a squirrel that he thought he'd hit with his car. It worked and the squirrel dashed off.

NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. If you've ever done CPR training, you know that chest-pumping motion is a lot harder than it looks. After a couple minutes, you get really tired. Police in Minnesota recently captured footage of a man doing CPR with a single finger. Nineteen-year-old Chris Felix was trying to revive a squirrel that he thought he'd hit with his car, and it worked. After a couple minutes, the conked-out squirrel came to and dashed off. It's MORNING EDITION.

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