TULSA, Okla. — A reunion Monday at Tulsa Hearth Station 28 introduced collectively the victim of a bike crash and the superior Samaritans that saved him additional than two decades ago.

A driver collided with a motorcycle rider on March 10, 2020, and first responders say the steps of two persons who happened to be in the spot saved the man’s lifetime.

“You’ve got pretty much been in my prayer journal as ‘motorcycle gentleman,'” Shannon Neal reported. “Which is who I’ve prayed for the final two decades.”

Neal and her husband were being supplying Aaron “Speedy” Gonzalez existence-conserving care right before Tulsa Fire Engine 28 arrived at the collision. Gonzales collided with the other car or truck so challenging that his physique evidently left an imprint on it.

Neal, who’d just graduated as a clinical assistant, suggests she remembers the scene and how significant it was to soar into action.

“I recall people today screaming and him laying on the ground, and he was not respiration, so I began CPR,” Neal explained.

1st responders stated Gonzales’s probability of surviving that crash was considerably less than 10 p.c. Gonzales claims he can never categorical how grateful he is.

“Your heroism signifies so a lot better than I suggest what I can place into words,” he states. “Staying prepared to — I consider the willingness is this sort of a vital.”

The Neals say they did what essential to be carried out, and think the credit goes to God.

“It is a really large offer. It’s so outstanding to be equipped to sit below and converse to you. She’s talked about it for the last two years.”

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