Keepsake of Lillia’s Last Heartbeats Prior to Passing Away at Tampa General Hospital..So Precious! Read last post first!

https://www.tampabay.com/news/health/Tampa-General-nurses-record-the-last-heartbeats-of-dying-patients-making-a-family-memory_171900178

Please read my last post “Some Things Happen For A Reason” Prior to viewing this one.

The John, the Uncle of the deceased mother and child killed in the tragic accident last year, just sent this to me.

He also texted me this story below:

Enrico Serpe is an active duty combat medic stationed at Central Command at MacDill Air Force Base. He’s also an Orlando firefighter and paramedic. He left the base that morning and was heading up Bayshore when all the cars in front of him came to a halt. He could see people stepping out onto the road. He parked, grabbed his medical bag and ran north.

He saw a group tending to Raubenolt as she lay in the grass. He didn’t think she could be saved. Further ahead, he saw a woman holding the baby. He heard people say she was breathing.

The little girl’s cheeks were blue. She had bruising on her body and a scrape on her head. He could hear her drawing slow, heavy breaths.

He held her, pressed his mouth to hers, and puffed. After a few breaths, her skin turned pink again.

Lillia’s organ donations saved 6 lives

Daughter of the Uncle painted this beautiful rainbow which now sits at the entrance to the neonatal unit at Tampa General Hospital as a remembrance of Lillia!

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