"We are so happy that Raheem and Dr. Andrew were there, and, again, it's truly a miracle. God put them all right where they needed to be."
Raheem Morris, an American football coach, was vacationing with his family in Las Vegas when he saw a 3-year-old child drown in the hotel pool.
Wyatt Stanley had no pulse when we took him out of the pool. As witnesses called for help, Raheem Morris rushed in search of a defibrillator. “When I got back,” he explains, “a doctor there was able to start the compressions. I was able to give him the AED, open it for him, put the electrodes on the child and he ended up being fine. ".
"I'm just grateful that I knew what to do," he said, "You never know when you're going to need this stuff."
Asked by "Good Morning America", the mother of Wyatt, Kelseigh affirms that this test is "really a miracle".
"It's hard to say what his future will be because he's been underwater for so long. We're so happy Raheem and Dr Andrew were there, and again, it's truly a miracle. God placed them all right where they needed to be."