Ryan Smith, 18, suffered a heart attack while at a local handball court in December.
His best friend proceeded to call 9-1-1.
A man apparently saw the incident transpire and rushed over to perform CPR on Smith before three EMTs arrived.
“If it wouldn’t have been for that person and the police officers and the people from the ambulance, then he would have had brain damage,” said Smith’s father, Nelson Arroyo.
Now, both Smith and his father want thank this Good Samaritan.
“He just came, did what he did and disappeared. Whoever he was, he saved my life. Thank you for that,” said Smith.
EMTs needed a defibrillator to start Smith’s heart.