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Lauren, an experienced lifeguard and former basketball player, instinctively knew what to do.
"I lifted it up … kind of threw it," she told NBC 12, "I just shoved my body into it as hard as I could, and then I came back and dragged him out and started CPR."
Alec reportedly weighs 210 pounds and, thanks to the unevenness of the car due to the tire having been removed, Lauren was able to shove it hard enough to tip the car off her father and drag him out of harm's way.
Alec had no oxygen and his heart stopped beating for less than five minutes during the ordeal, according to NBC 12 and Lauren only had to do two sets of mouth-to-mouth before Alec returned to life, just before the ambulance arrived, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reports.
Originally posted by BASSPLYR
Yeah i too have constant thoughts of the car falling on me when I'm underneath one and it's jacked up. Heck I get the same feelings when I'm crawling under a car thats not jacked up like and wonder what would happen if one of my friends thought it was funny to jump on the bumper and the engine block slammed down on my chest by accident.