Archive - Apr 24, 2012

Archive - Apr 24, 2012

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SCA Foundation Announces Jazzy Kick-Off Event for 2012 Highmark 5K Walk

PITTSBURGH--Little E’s jazz club at 949 Liberty Ave. in downtown Pittsburgh will be the site of a kick-off event to introduce the newest Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation heroes and call attention to the Foundation’s participation in this year’s Highmark Walk For a Healthy Community on May 19 at Stage AE on Pittsburgh’s North Shore.

Passers-by Vanessa Franco and Ranmal Samarasinghe, two quick-thinking Pitt medical students, helped rescue KDKA TV news anchor Susan Koeppen in November when she suffered sudden cardiac arrest while jogging in the Shadyside area of Pittsburgh. Susan will be joining the Foundation's team at the 5K walk. Susan has nominated Vanessa and Ranmal for the Foundation's People Saving People(tm) award.

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