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STILLWELL, Kan. — Hundreds of people received free CPR training Tuesday night inspired by a Leawood, Kansas teen’s story.

Blue Valley Junior Davis Dwight likely wouldn’t be alive today if weren’t for a former Kansas City Royals player and another baseball coach who knew what to do.

“One minute you are on the ground talking to a young man about life in general the next minute you are on the ground trying to save his life,” Nik Crouch, Director of Baseball Operations at Mac and Seitz, said.

Dwight, 17, went into cardiac arrest at the Mac and Seitz baseball training facility. Former Royal Mike Macfarlane was there.

“He was the one who said we’ve got to do this right away because of his training and we just took turns for 13 minutes,” Crouch said.

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