Man posts letter online to thank stranger who saved his grandpa

A man in east China posted a letter online to thank a stranger who performed CPR and saved his grandfather.
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A man in east China posted a letter online to thank a stranger who performed CPR and saved his grandfather, thepaper.cn reported.

An old man collapsed when he was walking alone on a street in Xiamen, Fujian Province, on July 12.

Passers-by soon called an ambulance after discovering the situation, including a young couple with luggage who rushed to his aid.

The young man performed CPR on the old man, which helped him gradually regain consciousness.

When an ambulance arrived, the young man explained the man's condition to medical staff before leaving the scene.

A resident nearby wrote down his contact information, which later helped the old man's relatives learn his identity.

The young man, Wu Hao, is a doctor from Foshan, Guangdong Province. He was on holiday in the area at the time.

To express their gratitude to him, the old man's grandson, surnamed You, wrote a thank-you letter to Wu's hospital online, in which he explained the incident and thanked Wu for saving his grandpa's life.

Wu, the heroic doctor, said in an interview on July 15 that it's his instinct to help people as a doctor, and hoped the old man will get well soon.

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