How a Seattle escort helped save a man’s life
Seattle escort Sara Schmitt was the one who noticed the man was unresponsive.
He had stopped breathing.
He was wearing his pants down.
But he was breathing, Schmitt said.
The man was taken to a local hospital, where doctors determined he was dead.
She was able to save his life.
“I didn’t think he would have survived,” Schmitt told ABC News.
“He had a heart condition.”
She said she was in the bathroom when the ambulance came and a nurse asked if she could help.
Schmitt, who was a licensed sex worker at the time, asked if he could use the restroom.
She said she couldn’t because she didn’t have a condom, but she could get one.
Schmitt said the nurse told her to get a condom out of the ambulance and to take it to the hospital.
When she got to the emergency room, she said she got the condom out and put it on the man’s hand, then gave him CPR.
The paramedics got a call from the hospital, and Schmitt raced to the scene.
She got the man to the bed.
Schmidt said she took him to the ER with a towel over his face and wrapped a bandage around his neck, then took him into the intensive care unit.
She waited for paramedics to arrive and took him back to the ambulance.
“He didn’t move, and I think he was still conscious,” Schmidt said.
Schumann said she called her father and told him that she was going to save the man.
He called her, and she told him.
“It’s one of the best experiences of my life,” Schumann said.
“That was the first time I had an adrenaline rush, and then you’re sitting there and you’re thinking about it and it’s not just adrenaline, but it’s happiness, it’s accomplishment.
I’m so grateful.”
Schmitt’s husband is a nurse, and they had a long-term relationship.
“We’re very protective of each other,” she said.
“I just really felt like I needed to do something.”
She told her dad, who is a pediatric surgeon, about the incident.
“They asked me, ‘Are you going to have a baby?'”
Schumann told ABC affiliate KIRO.
We were talking, and we were texting and I was texting back and forth,” Schummetts said. “
Schmitt became a sex worker, and after she quit, she found another escort to be her next client.”
Schmitt told KIRO she’s not worried about how the incident will affect her husband, who lives in Australia.””
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Schmitt told KIRO she’s not worried about how the incident will affect her husband, who lives in Australia.
“What he’s going through, he’ll have to deal with, and you know, you don’t expect it to happen to you,” Schumpt said.
She added that she’s never had to worry about her safety, and her only concern is that her husband’s health is being taken care of.
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