NFL's Raheem Morris shares emotional reunion with boy, 3, he helped rescue
Los Angeles Rams defensive coordinator Raheem Morris shared an emotional reunion with a doctor and the young boy they helped save from drowning at a Las Vegas resort pool last month.
Morris, 46, was vacationing with his family at the Encore Hotel when a 3-year-old named Wyatt Stanley was suddenly pulled from the water.
'I'm sitting down and my kids all scream, I see Wyatt laying poolside and he's blue,' Morris told ABC's Good Morning America. 'I just wanted to help, and I could just feel the panic of it all. And I looked to the lifeguard and I said, 'Where is the AED machine?''
Morris knew about automated external defibrillators after he and his fellow Rams personnel underwent emergency training in the wake of Damar Hamlin's on-field cardiac arrest back in January. The Buffalo Bills safety was resuscitated by team medical personnel, who administered CPR and AED, and Hamlin has spent the ensuing months raising awareness about this live-saving training.