Archive - Jun 26, 2012

Archive - Jun 26, 2012

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Dallas Mom Survives Drowning in Bathtub After Sudden Cardiac Death

DALLAS — Some say it was random luck. Others say it was thanks to a light-sleeping husband.

Marla Sewall suffered ventricular tachycardia and had been under water for at least five minutes when her husband found her.
Marla Sewall suffered ventricular tachycardia and had been under water for at least five minutes when her husband found her. She uses words like “blessing” and “miracle.”

Susan Koeppen, SCA Survivor and TV News Anchor, Shares Her Story on "The Talk"

It's a sure bet that no other guest co-host of "The Talk" this week matched Susan Koeppen's story.

The weekday CBS program started welcoming personalities from network-owned affiliates across the country on Monday (June 25). Formerly CBS News' consumer reporter, Emmy winner Koeppen now is an evening news anchor for Pittsburgh's KDKA-TV, and she appears on "The Talk" Tuesday -- discussing how she almost died last fall.

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