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High 5 for Woman Who Saved Neighbor's Life

High 5 for Woman Who Saved Neighbor's Life

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(KSL News) Our High 5 today went to a West Valley woman credited with saving her neighbor's life.

During Labor Day weekend, Becky Cook heard a scream outside and found her neighbor lying on the ground. She didn't feel a pulse or detect breathing, so she did what she could and signaled other neighbors to call paramedics.

That neighbor says Becky saved his life.

Becky's daughter, Debbie Boguslawski, nominated her mom for the High 5. She says Becky is the type who drops everything to help anyone.

By the time our Brooke Walker knocked on Becky's door to surprise her with the High 5 this morning, Becky knew what was coming because she was watching on TV.

You can nominate someone for a High 5 by following the link on this page.

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