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Driver meets the first responders who saved his life

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - He nearly died after going into cardiac arrest and crashing his car. On Friday Isaac Herrera got to meet the police officers and firefighters that saved his life.

Herrera was not breathing and had no pulse when two San Diego police officers arrived on the scene on November 6 crash along Euclid Avenue in Lincoln Park. They immediately gave him CPR and revived him.

On Friday, Herrera and his wife got a chance to speak with his rescuers.

"What you did, there's no way I can say thank you," Herrera told the officers.

"You not only saved his life, but you saved the quaility of his life," Herrera's wife added.

Herrera spent nearly three weeks in the hospital before being released.

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