John Carr called the newsroom tonight to check on the condition of a woman he saved from drowning yesterday off Haulover Beach.
Carr had been in the ocean when he noticed a woman nearby floating face-down in the waist-deep water. He pulled her to shore and screamed for the lifeguards to come quick.
The lifeguards continued CPR until an ambulance arrived a few minutes later to whisk the woman to Aventura Medical Center. She suffered from cardiac arrest in the water, but rescuers were able to revive her pulse and save her - thanks to the fast actions of Carr and emergency workers.
The woman is expected to be OK.
"You just made my night," Carr said when I gave him the update. "We were all so worried about her."