Cross Scott of Tucson, Arizona, didn’t have formal CPR training. But he recalled what Michael Scott did in the hit sitcom.
"I can confirm that performing CPR can’t remove AR-15 bullets from a body. Get a clue."
The former U.S. senator said students should stop "looking to someone else to solve their problem."
The head nurse said she immediately performed CPR on him but video shows she and others were laughing.
Somewhat recently a cardiac arrest survivor I helped to resuscitate was diagnosed with a terminal disease. This brought about the question, is it better to go quickly, not knowing the end is near, or is it better to have extra time on this earth, but know that you and your family may have to endure an end full of potential suffering?