From where I was, I got a glimpse of the scene, realizing a few people were assisting someone on the main work-out floor.
I ran to the small white wall-mounted cabinet which contains the AED (Automated External Defibrillator) we had recently installed.
When I returned to the scene of the incident, indeed two members whom saw another collapse had begun CPR.
Focusing on the task at hand or at least the one for which I was now responsible, I opened the AED. The next several minutes seemed more like an hour, but at no time did I ever feel disoriented or at a loss for what to do next.
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That's a great story. Very cool that you did not panic.