During a concert at Carnegie Hall, a man named David Chow suffered a heart attack.
Luckily, a physical therapist sitting nearby noticed him slumping in his chair and began pounding on his chest, alerting a doctor who was sitting next to them.
The doctor quickly performed CPR before an ambulance arrived to take David to Lenox Hill hospital.
He underwent surgery and met with the doctor who saved his life.
The incident happened so quickly that the concert’s conductor was able to announce David’s survival before the show ended.
David called the events a miracle and emphasized the importance of having a doctor present in public spaces like Carnegie Hall.