When Sara Berg and her cousin, Lisa Meier, had a flat tire on a Wisconsin highway, neither of them knew how to change it. A man named Victor Giesbrecht from Winnipeg noticed their dilemma and pulled over to help them. He told them that someone up above put him in the right place at the right time.
Just minutes later, according to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, after continuing their journey, the women saw Giesbrecht’s car pulled off to the side of the road. His wife waved them down and told them he’d had a heart attack, he didn’t have a pulse and wasn’t breathing. Berg, a certified nursing assistant, performed CPR, and Meier dialed 911. Because of their efforts, Giesbrecht survived.