- A group of besties in California have weekly Zoom calls and one of those ended up saving DorothyFarris’ life.
- She was chatting with her friends when they noticed her slurring her words and slumping over and realized she needed help.
- They called 911, called her husband, and their actions got her to the hospital to treat her for a stroke she was having.
A group of longtime best friends in California catch up in a weekly Zoom call and one of those phone dates ended up saving Dorothy Farris’ life. She was chatting with her pals when they noticed her slurring her words and slumping. The women recognized the symptoms of a stroke and jumped into action to help.
“Intuitively, everybody just knew what role to take, to call 911, to call her husband, to stay on the Zoom with her,” Miki Jordan Emenhiser explains. They all did their part, paramedics arrived and rushed Dorothy to the Torrance Memorial Medical Center’s stroke center. The quick actions of the besties paid off and after surgery, Dorothy is able to walk and move her limbs.
“I refer to myself as the miracle child,” Farris says. “It took four splendid friends that saved my life and I don’t know how you thank people who do that.”
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