Archive - Jan 13, 2018

Archive - Jan 13, 2018

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Without CPR and an AED, This Patriots Fan Would Have Died

Now the family is trying to find the military medic who helped save his life.

On November 26, after leaving the Patriots/ Dolphins game, my dad, Edward K. Casabian, Jr., 75, went into sudden cardiac arrest while boarding the Providence-bound train. He was with my cousin, Ed Patriquin, an obstetrician from Davis, California, and my 11-year-old son, Luke. After seeing several pre-season games over the years, this was Luke's first regular season game—something he had been angling for, for quite some time.

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