Six cardiac arrest survivors reunite with EMS members that saved their lives

Six patients who survived cardiac arrest got the chance to reunite with the people who saved their lives. Ralph Miles, of Coney Island, survived cardiac

Six patients who survived cardiac arrest got the

Six patients who survived cardiac arrest got the chance to reunite with the people who saved their lives. (Credit: News 12)

BROOKLYN - Six patients who survived cardiac arrest got the chance to reunite with the people who saved their lives.

Ralph Miles, of Coney Island, survived cardiac arrest in December of last year when he was taken to Coney Island Hospital.

At Fort Hamilton Wednesday as part of the FDNY's annual Second Chance Brunch, Miles and five others met the team of first responders who brought them back to life.

Emergency responders in attendance said they are dedicated to helping others and making sure their patients get a second chance at life.

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