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Dr. Jerry Poche, the father of LSU pitcher Jared Poche and Jimmy Roy, father of LSU’s strength and conditioning coach Travis Roy revived an elderly Florida fan that lost consciousness in the stands during the sixth inning of Monday’s game in the College World Series finals.

Poche, who has been a family doctor in Lutcher, LA for the past 25 years provided chest compressions after he realized that the man was not breathing and did not have a pulse. Roy provided mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Per NOLA.com:
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"I was doing chest compressions and Jimmy started giving him mouth to mouth," Poche said. "We were very fortunate. Looked like when the paramedics came and hooked him all up, he was stable. They sent him to the emergency room and they said he's still stable so that's a good thing."
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bricksandstones84 months
Awesome story. Now time for Jared to suffocate the Gators tonight
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Lexman184 months
That's so awesome! God had everyone in the right place! Way to geaux guys! Now Jared do your thing on the mound and make Dad proud!
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Mouche33784 months
I hope he's in the stands when LSU Florida during the football season. Florida gonna need it. Mass Casualties! Geaux Tigers!
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Mouche33784 months
Don't mistake it. I don't condone fans fighting. I referring to the beat down Tigers will put on the Gators. After we put them away in the CWS of course!
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TampaTiger2284 months
man, that is insane. glad everyone is ok. Good shite Mr. Poche
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