Boy, 12, saves drowning man using CPR technique he saw on Stranger Things

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Austen Macmillan rescued his registered behavior technician, Jason Piquette, from a pool and performed chest compressions

At first, Christina Macmillan wasn’t crazy about her 12-year-old son Austen watching Stranger Things, the fictional Netflix show pitting a group of children against aliens and demons. But she’s changed her mind after her son used a CPR technique that he saw on a scene from the series to save his registered behavior technician’s life this past Labor Day.

“I was a little hesitant about him watching it,” Macmillan told the Guardian, citing the show’s science fiction-horror premise. “But I’m definitely glad that I let him.”

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