TAYLOR MILL, KY. (WLWT) — An act of kindness rooted in tragedy was on full display Friday in Taylor Mill. Few people understand that tragedy better than Sydnie Batson. "Obviously, it’s very personal," Batson said. "Because Cameron died, and if there was an AED there, he could have possibly still been here today." Cameron
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INDEPENDENCE, KY (FOX19) - It's estimated that up to 450,000 people each year suffer sudden cardiac arrest in the United States, and some of those victims are teenagers. As a result, students at Simon Kenton High School underwent heart screenings on Wednesday to determine their risk for a sudden heart attack. A total of 200
COVINGTON, KY - The start of the high school sports season brings a reminder about the dangers student-athletes can face and how critical it is to take action quickly. On Tuesday, a team playing in a soccer tournament in Northern Kentucky almost saw the unthinkable happen. > Read full article at wlwt.com.
Cameron's Cause is a foundation that was born out of tragedy. The foundation works to raise money to buy automated external defibrillators for area schools. The foundation is named after Cameron Batson, an 18-year-old who died on a local soccer field in October 2010. "There wasn't an AED present on that field when Cameron went