Woman searches for mystery person who administered CPR when she blacked out at Peach Porter Festival

Posted at 3:15 PM, Aug 25, 2016

PORTER, Okla. – One woman is searching for the mystery person who quickly stepped into action after she blacked out at the Porter Peach Festival.

Donna Smith told the Coweta American that she was trying to check out the giant peach cobbler that was being created to earn a place in the Guinness Book of World Records when she passed out.

“We were waiting for the cobbler to come out and I didn’t get to see it,” she explained to the Coweta American. “I guess it was the heat. I sat down, then laid down. The next thing I remembered is someone asked if I knew they had done CPR on me.”

Now, Donna and her husband Don are searching for the person who stepped into action.

“The only thing I noticed is she had purple in her hair,” Don told the Coweta American with a smile. “I’m glad she was there and knew what to do.”

The Smiths are asking that anyone who might know this woman to reach out to the Coweta American newspaper at 918-486-4444 or 2 Works for You at 918-743-2222.

“With all those thousands of people who were there, who knows where she was from? She could be from anywhere! If she is in the area and sees this in the paper, she will know,” Donna said. “She could have possibly saved my life.”

“It would be nice to see her and give her a big hug,” she added.


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