'None of them ran': Six Georgia inmates who saved a stricken sheriff instead of escaping will have their sentences reduced by 25 PERCENT
The six prison inmates from Georgia who saved the life of a correctional officer who collapsed in the intense heat after suffering a heart attack, are to have their sentences cut by a quarter. A correctional officer was providing security for the Polk County Sheriff's Office while the prisoners carried out community service, cutting grass in a local cemetery when the man suddenly had trouble breathing. The unidentified officer collapsed, but instead of making a run for it, the six inmates raced to help him, removing his bullet proof vest and then began to perform CPR.
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