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Inside Edition 26 Feb 2020

Woman Reunites With Hero Who Saved Her From Sinking Car


It was a dramatic race against the clock to rescue an unconscious woman trapped behind the wheel of her sinking car. The driver suffered a seizure and her car veered right into a canal in Boca Raton, Florida. Shawn Turner was driving by with his son and sprang into action. He hoisted himself inside the car as two more good Samaritans jumped in to help. That's when the car started sinking fast.

In Austin, Texas, this 44-year-old woman holds back tears as she waves goodbye to the doctors and nurses that saved her life. She was battling the coronavirus, and is now among the 23,000 people who have recovered from the deadly disease. Even after she had to be put on a ventilator for 10 days, it's the hospital staff that are thanking her for trusting them with her healthcare. We look at a few more stories of triumph in these trying times.
Edwina Cain's prognosis looked grim after she went on a ventilator, but she was able to make a surprisingly quick recovery. "The team, they didn't give up. So I can't give up," Cain said.
Isabel Gonzalez reunites with her baby, Victoria, Tuesday, May 12, for the first time since she delivered her on March 30, the same day that she was admitted to Massachusetts General Hospital for COVID-19.
The UK pays tribute to key workers who have died from COVID-19

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