Archive - Jan 24, 2012 - SCA Article

Archive - Jan 24, 2012 - SCA Article

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News Anchor and SCA Survivor Back to Work

PITTSBURGH (KDKA-TV) — A few short months ago, the odds were heavily stacked against her survival and her chances of resuming a normal life; but as KDKA-TV News Anchor Susan Koeppen returns to work at the anchor desk for the first time since November, she’s sharing her story in the hopes that it may inspire more people to learn what to do to save a life.

Susan KoeppenAfter 7 years reporting for CBS News in New York, Susan came home to Pittsburgh and joined KDKA-TV last fall.

Was it That Last Hill?

Ken Coutts, Tugun, Australia – 54 at time of event (2008)  

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