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Woman Saves Man’s Life. 6 Years Later, Saves His Daughter’s Life Too

In a world of 6 plus billion people countless stories of real heroes tend to go publically unnoticed, but sometimes were are blessed to hear about one of them.

In what seems to be organized by God, a remarkable woman emerged as the guardian angel for one family.

Over six-year spam, she rescues a man from a life-threatening situation and later saved his daughter’s life.

Six years ago, Kristi Hadfield was a paramedic who saved John Cunningham’s life when he was having a heart attack.

“When he went into cardiac arrest, I remember being in the back of the ambulance and I was like, ‘Not today John, not today,'” Hadfield recalled. She performed chest compressions until he got to the hospital. Fortunately, they “were able to get him back.”

Hadfield stayed in touch with Cunningham through social media, as she often does with former patients. She eventually became Facebook friends with his daughter, Molly Jones, after receiving her friend request.

Six years later, on July 7, 2022, Jones shared on Facebook that she was officially on the kidney transplant list. She was ill with advanced kidney disease. Although she found it hard to ask for help, she went on social media to see if anyone would consider donating.

About one-third of kidney transplants in the U.S. come from a living donor, leading to average shorter wait times for recipients of kidneys, but testing is required and rigorous, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

“And when I posted it, all of a sudden I just got this message from Kristi,” Jones, 42, said.

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“I messaged her and I said, ‘Hey, I’ve got your kidney here’,” Hadfield recalled.

“She said to me, ‘Listen, kid, I saved your dad and I’m going to save you too’,” Jones added.

Hadfield was eventually cleared to donate and the two women met for the first time a week before the procedure.

On December 27, the transplant finally took place.

The transplant went as planned and was successful.

“It was amazing. I felt like I was alive again. The difference is just unbelievable. Kristi gave me back my life,” Jones said.

“I’m glad to have her in my heart and I’m glad if somebody had my kidney, she’s the one that has it,” Hadfield said.

“Greater love has no one than this, than to lay down one’s life for his friends.” (John 15;13)

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