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Chloe Sumrall

February 5, 2014 Jackson No Comments


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Chloe Sumrall’s life altered Mar 3 of final year. A comparison during St. Andrew’s Episcopal School during a time, Sumrall was during Burgers and Blues enjoying lunch when she listened 7-year-old Freddie Cayia roar in apprehension opposite a grill as his father Fred lay comatose on a floor.

Sumrall, who is CPR-certified, rushed to his side to cure him. Though a alloy eating during Burgers and Blues told her that Fred wouldn’t survive, she continued to perform CPR until a paramedics came.

A small while later, Sumrall grew concerned to learn a predestine of Fred Cayia. She and her relatives went to find a Cayia family during a hospital. Sumrall schooled that Fred had suffered from Sudden Cardiac Death, and since of her actions, he was among a 2 percent who survive.

On Jan. 31, a American Heart Association in Jackson awarded Sumrall with a Richard Lee Miller Heart Saver Award during a 2014 Heart Ball. The Association gives a endowment to people in a village who save a life with CPR.

The American Heart Association, founded in 1924, is a largest intentional health classification in a nation.

The round began 36 years ago as a approach to applaud village support of a Association’s mission, that is “to build healthier lives giveaway of cardiovascular illness and stroke,” a classification pronounced in a press release. To date, a eventuality has contributed some-more than $5.8 million to a organization’s cause.

Chloe Sumrall is a beginner during a University of Mississippi stranded between majoring in pre-medical and general business. She graduated from St. Andrew’s Episcopal School, where she was a jaunty trainer. She is on a Phi Mu Philanthropic Committee and a organization’s Campus Activities chairperson and a Fraternity Information chairperson, and she was on a homecoming justice in tumble of 2013 . She is a daughter of Kasi Sumrall and Renee Collins.

*Corrections have been done on this story. Jackson Free Press reported that Chloe Sumrall was a beginner during St. Andrew’s Episcopal School when she achieved CPR on Fred Cayia. She was, in fact, a senior. JFP also reported that Sumrall is a hospitality chairperson during Ole Miss. She is indeed on a Phi Mu organization’s Philanthrophic Committee, and is a Campus Activities chairperson and Fraternity Information chairperson for Phi Mu. Jackson Free Press apologizes for these errors.

Article source: http://www.jacksonfreepress.com/news/2014/feb/04/chloe-sumrall/

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