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Cindy Lytle chats with Dr. Michael Chang, a Mercy physician who helped save her husband Walt’s life. VIllage Life photo by Noel Stack

HUGS ALL AROUND — Cameron Park resident€” Heidi Napier, far left, accepts a hug from Cindy Lytle while Shannon Beretta, also of Cameron Park, hugs Walt Lytle, the man Napier and Beretta helped save. Cameron Park Life photo by Noel Stack
WALT LYTLE thanks Folsom Fire Department Battalion Chief Calvin Howard, engineer Mike Querry, firefighter Gerard Garcia and Capt. Eric Adams, left to right, during the Mercy Hospital event that brought together all the pople involved in saving Walt's life after he suffered a heart attack this summer. Cameron Park Life Life photo by Noel Stack
Cindy Lytle chats with Dr. Michael Chang, a Mercy physician who helped save her husband Walt's life. VIllage Life photo by Noel Stack
HEART ATTACK survivor Walt Lytle sticks by his daughter Jennifer Cooper, 30, at the event designed to bring together all the people involved in saving Walt's life. Cameron Park Life photo by Noel Stack
BRAVERY REWARDED —€” CPR heroes Heidi Napier and Shannon Beretta receive and award from Sacramento County Supervisor Roberta     MacGlashan and thanks from Walt Lytle during a reunion event at Mercy Hospital in Foslom Thursday. Napier and Beretta helped save Lytle by administering CPR after he collapsed during a run. Cameron Park Life photo by Noel Stack

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