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    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — April is Autism Awareness Month. For one Philadelphia mother, her son’s autism diagnosis was devastating, but she turned her despair into action to help others. “I just prayed and asked God, if you help me get through this,” Michele Abraham-Montgomery said. READ MORE: Penn Relays Are Back, And For This La Salle University Professor, Age Is Just A Number: 'Don't Tell Me I'm Old'Abraham-Montgomery shares her emotional journey raising her son Khylil Robinson, who has autism. “There were no support groups for people that looked like me in Southwest Philadelphia,” Abraham-Montgomery said, “so I went all the way to North Philly to a Hispanic organization and they accepted me.” But Abraham-Montgomery was determined to make life better for other parents raising children with autism. She and Robinson, who is now 28 years old, co-founded Spectrum Success 911. The nonprofit connects families with autism resources. It’s activities like this therapeutic game that are a part of the program. They travel to families’ homes to provide parent coaching and mindfulness techniques. READ MORE: 'This Is Power': NAACP National...
    Dr. Mehmet Oz, who's looking to trade in his gig as a TV doctor for a seat in the U.S. Senate, put his medical skills to use during an emergency situation at a political meeting on Saturday morning. While awaiting his turn to speak at a Pennsylvania Republican Caucus Meeting, just outside Pittsburgh, Dr. Oz jumped into action to help a man who collapsed. The victim was reportedly a state committee member who suddenly suffered a seizure before losing consciousness, according to TMZ. Medical emergency: Dr. Mehmet Oz, 61, rushed in to help a man who collapsed and went unconscious at a caucus meeting just outside Pittsburgh onSaturday morning; pictured in 2020 Sources at the scene alleged that Oz was next in line to speak when the man fell, and he immediately rushed over in time to lower him to the ground. He also reportedly helped move the man to a flat surface outside the meeting room moments before he had another seizure-like episode. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Dr Oz's show will END after 13 seasons...
    Originally Published by: Off-duty police officer rescues 2-year-old from drowning Firefighters rescue Ohio dog trapped between concrete walls ‘Hero’ dog gets help for Massachusetts man who fell through ice Florida police are lauding a landscaper who leaped into action to save a man having a seizure, despite homeowners in the area yelling at the hero to have the injured man “die somewhere else.” “Get off our lawn,” the homeowners yelled during the incident, according to police. “Get the man out of here, have him die somewhere else.” The scene unfolded Monday in Palm Beach County when a landscaper only identified as “Tony” was walking to work in a residential neighborhood and saw a man in a moving car having a “serious seizure.” Tony rushed to the man and even tried to use his bare hands to stop the car from moving.  “Without thinking twice, Tony ran up to the rolling car on Dunes Road and grabbed the fender to try and stop it from rolling down the street further,” local deputies wrote in a Facebook...
    The father of Washington Nationals pitcher Joe Ross was hailed a hero on Saturday. Willie Ross was watching his son Joe and the Nationals at AT&T Park in San Francisco when he jumped into action to perform the Heimlich maneuver on a choking fan. Ross was able to dislodge the hot dog bits to clear the woman’s passageway. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Ross was watching a game in the lower box when he noticed the woman choking. The pediatrician at Stanford Hospital was able to put his training to good use. "I saw her having some difficulties and I saw her companion helping her out. I was watching, making sure she was OK," he said. "She gestured like she was OK and I went over just to check and she couldn’t talk. She needed some help. I don’t think a lot of people knew what was going on because they were focused on the game." MARQUEZ DOMINATES FOR 7, PITCHES ROCKIES PAST PADRES 3-0 Ross used three thrusts to dislodge the hot dog. Police and paramedics...
    A swimmer dove into action to rescue a child that was drowning in the water outside her Fayson Lakes, NJ, home on Sunday. Jennifer Watson was alerted to the potential disaster when her dogs would not stop barking outside her home in the lakeside community, ABC 7 reports. Two men and a young child were in a boat that was reportedly sinking into the frigid water. “I saw like a boat, like in the middle — and it was like 3/4 of the way underwater,” Watson told the station. “The dad was screaming, and he was like ‘help me, help me, I have my 3-year-old son.’” A competitive swimmer since age 5, Watson quickly swam into action. “I swam out to them and I grabbed the 3-year-old boy and swam back to shore,” Watson said, according to the report. Jennifer Watson used her swimming background to save a father and son from a sinking boat.WABC-TV Watson’s neighbors on the lake told the station that the heroic swimmer’s compassionate stroke isn’t just confined to the water. “Jen is a very selfless...
    More On: rescues Divers rescue Thai Buddhist monk trapped in flooded cave Rescuers hampered by damaged roads, more rain in Indonesia At least 25 dead after ferry sinks in Bangladesh Dad dies saving sons from rip current during Florida vacation A swimmer dove into action to rescue a child that was drowning in the water outside her Fayson Lakes, NJ, home on Sunday. Jennifer Watson was alerted to the potential disaster when her dogs would not stop barking outside her home in the lakeside community, ABC 7 reports. Two men and a young child were in a boat that was reportedly sinking into the frigid water. “I saw like a boat, like in the middle — and it was like 3/4 of the way underwater,” Watson told the station. “The dad was screaming, and he was like ‘help me, help me, I have my 3-year-old son.'” A competitive swimmer since age 5, Watson quickly swam into action. “I swam out to them and I grabbed the 3-year-old boy and swam back to shore,” Watson said, according to the report....
    WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS) — Tonight there are new warnings about the dangers of playing on icy ponds after a dramatic rescue. Four boys fell through the ice while walking on a pond near Quail Hollow Road in Washington Township. “I was looking out the window and I noticed five little kids out there on the ice,” said Lisa Tan. READ MORE: Police: Pregnant Teen, 20-Year-Old Man Injured In Double Shooting After At Least 20 Shots Fired Into Vehicle It was a harrowing experience for everyone involved. “I tapped on the window to tell him to wait because I was going to run out there and tell them not to get on the ice. But by the time I even had that thought in my head, I saw four of the boys fall into the ice,” Tan said. Early Sunday evening four of the five brothers, ages 10 to 15 years old, fell through a partially frozen lake in Gloucester County off Quail Hollow Road. That’s when Tan sprang into action. “I took a tumble in running out there while...
    LOMBARD, Ill. (WLS) -- One west suburban woman is turning her COVID-19 diagnosis into a call to action.Not only is she set to donate her plasma for the first time, but she is also now a COVID-19 contact tracer.Julie Sparks is a caregiver to her 78-year-old mother Eileen, who has more trouble breathing after beating the virus."As soon as I saw the word 'positive,' I just, I just panicked," Sparks said as she described opening her COVID-19 test results.Sparks and her mother both contracted COVID-19 in early October."It was touch and go there with her for a while because I'm not a nurse and I was taking care of my mom," she said.But while Sparks was quarantining in her room, she was taking courses online to make a difference in the fight for our lives."I ended up getting my certification to be a contact tracer," she said.Not only will she help identify and slow the spread of COVID-19, she's donating her plasma with COVID-19 antibodies for the first time this weekend now that she's recovered."This has the potential to save...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — This past week, Kelly Ohrman and her disabled husband Matt were at the beach in Erie. As they were leaving, Matt fell and Kelly needed help. As it turns out, she had a team of helpers — players from the Northgate High School football team. As they left, Matt fell again, so the team dropped everything and helped out again. Now, Kelly and Matt are looking for a way to thank the players who stepped up. The couple says they are thankful the team helped them through what could have been a nightmare.
              Ohio business owners who are fed up with Gov. Mike DeWine’s ever-lasting shutdown regulations are joining their lawsuits together into a class action against the state. Three lawyers are working together to help combine existing lawsuits and are looking for other owners whose livelihoods are being threatened by what they say are unconstitutional orders. The suit against the DeWine administration and other government agencies was filed in the Ohio Court of Common Pleas in Lake County. One of the attorneys, Thomas Renz, told The Ohio Star the list of participating plaintiffs is growing and is between 10 to 20. It includes gyms and dance studios. Their efforts are being organized on a website available here titled “Liberty Class Action Ohio.” The lawsuit has been filed, and they are awaiting a response from the state, Renz said. This is meant to uphold Ohio law, he said. “This is open to any business that wants to participate,” Renz said. “If someone has been injured through this and wants to seek justice, we are happy to...
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