A 12-year-old boy heroically SAVED his therapist from swimming pool


A courageous 12-year-old boy from Palm Beach County, Florida saved his behavioral therapist from a swimming pool and performed CPR after he attempted to show the boy how long he could hold his breath underwater.

The seventh grader had learned CPR from the hit Netflix series Stranger Things.

Home video captured Austen MacMillan as he pulled his therapist Jason Piquette out of the water last week when he realized he was under for too long and looked unconscious.

‘It was like six to five minutes he was underwater, and I was like that’s way too long, he cannot do that,’ MacMillan told Good Morning America.

His therapist said: ‘I think I passed out in about 30 seconds, and I don’t know why.’

That’s when MacMillan swam into the deep end, went under, and brought his therapist to the pool steps all by himself.

He then jumped out and ran to the front of the house where he called for help at the end of the driveway but didn’t get a response.

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The boy frantically ran back to his therapist’s side and started to administer CPR, which he said he learned from the hit Netflix series Stranger Things.

As he continued with CPR, MacMillan called for help, until his therapist regained consciousness just as the boy’s father got home.

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