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Hospital employees help save man's life

Pictured is Jason Friesen’s vehicle following an accident in Pawnee County on Monday morning.

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HUTCHINSON — The hourglass was ticking on Jason Friesen’s fleeting life when his two guardian angels arrived.
Wind chills reached 25 degrees below zero Monday morning when Larned State Hospital nurse Jason Friesen was stranded alongside the Stafford County roadway for more than four hours.
Friesen saw the life-saving headlights from a Pawnee Valley Community Hospital registered nurse and a Great Bend Regional Hospital employee, who stopped at the scene and provided assistance after 6:09 a.m. Monday.
“I was danger of dying when they saved my life,” Friesen said. “I could not have made it without their help ...

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