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Warren Letter to the Editor Makes News: Dad Saved by Strangers Wants to Say Thank You

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Were You at JFK on August 11? Dad Saved by Strangers Wants to Say Thank You Credits: Molnar Family
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WARREN, NJ - A letter to the editor written on Dec. 29 is getting a lot of attention, but the Good Samaritans it seeks have still not been found. 

TAPinto Warren published a letter to the editor titled, 'Were You at JFK on August 11? Dad Saved by Strangers Wants to Say Thank You,' from Glenn Molnar.“These people might not know it but they saved my life that day by administering CPR on me within one minute of the call for help,” wrote Molnar on Tap Into Warren.

"There was also a JFK employee that got the defibrillator from the wall and assisted with the life saving shock to restart my heart. If it were not for these individuals, I would not be alive today or would have brain damage."
 
 
NBC's Brian Thompson saw it on TAP, and ran the story on New Year's Eve.
 
It has also since been picked up by Yahoo. 

 
And still, the Molnar's Angels remain a mystery.
 
Molnar wrote," If this was you or you know who it was, please respond to this. It would mean the world to me to meet you face to face and not only shake your hands but give you a huge hug of gratitude for not just walking by that day but for doing what is what makes us human by nature. Please share this post and hopefully I will find these amazing people who deserve the ultimate credit of saving a life. Thank you and God bless!!"
 

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