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CHANGSHA, China -- A bus driver in Central China is credited with saving the life of one of his passengers who had a heart attack.
The woman had just got on the bus Wednesday morning (November 30) when she had the heart attack.
Security video shows the woman's daughter calling for help.
It was rush hour traffic, and the driver decided to go directly to the hospital in an effort to save the woman's life.
The bus arrived ten minutes later, and the woman was sent to the emergency room.
Doctors said she was unconscious and in shock.
The bus driver said he didn't do anything someone else wouldn't have done.
He said, "to cherish others' life is to cherish our own."