Bluffton High student Derrick Kelson, 15, sits next to his little brother Trevon Boyd, 6, Thursday afternoon outside their home in Bluffton. Kelson's CPR training at school helped save his brother's life after a seizure caused Trevon to stop breathing several weeks ago.
Bluffton High student Derrick Kelson, 15, sits next to his little brother Trevon Boyd, 6, Thursday afternoon outside their home in Bluffton. Kelson's CPR training at school helped save his brother's life after a seizure caused Trevon to stop breathing several weeks ago. Sarah Welliver
Bluffton High student Derrick Kelson, 15, sits next to his little brother Trevon Boyd, 6, Thursday afternoon outside their home in Bluffton. Kelson's CPR training at school helped save his brother's life after a seizure caused Trevon to stop breathing several weeks ago. Sarah Welliver

Bluffton student saves brother's life after learning CPR in class

November 16, 2013 05:34 PM

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