QUINCY, Mass. (WHDH) -
The family of Kevin Bossart thanked the two MBTA employees credited with saving his life.
Bossart was at the Wollaston MBTA station last week when he went into cardiac arrest, passed out and hit his head on the stairs.
MBTA employees Karen Kane and Tomas Gonzalez jumped into action and performed CPR on Bossart until an ambulance arrived.
“I had brought the mom some flowers. They are just lovely people. They said words cannot explain the gratitude they had for the two of us, and they had a new outlook for the people at the MBTA,” Kane said.
Bossart was rushed to the hospital where he is in critical condition and his family says he has a long road ahead of him.
Doctors credit the quality of the CPR given for saving Bossart's life.
Thursday, August 21 2014 12:56 PM EDT2014-08-21 16:56:56 GMT
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