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58-year-old Artie ran his vehicle into a utility pole when he had a heart attack while driving. The Rochester Fire Department sent Engine 5 to the scene. After pulling Artie from his car, the firefighters vigorously attempted to get Artie to begin breathing again when a crowd of bystanders began cheering on Artie and then Engine 5. Miraculously, Artie has made a full recovery, thanks to his many supporters.

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