"An act of God"
DANVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA- Doctors call it an extraordinary case of survival after a 22-month-old boy was pulled from the frigid water of a stream and was revived after an hour and 41-minutes of CPR.
Gardell Martin was released from the hospital on Sunday and doctors say he made a full recovery. He was playing with his brothers when he fell into a stream and a neighbor found him floating about a quarter-mile downstream.
He was rushed to a hospital and a team of about 50 brought him back to life. His mother calls it "an act of God."
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