R&B legend Peabo Bryson visited the first responders who saved his life after a recent heart attack, thanking them for saving his life.
Now that the Grammy Award-winning singer is on track to make a full recovery after suffering a mild heart attack last month, Bryson took the time to make a special visit to Cobb County Fire Station 3 in Atlanta, alongside his wife Tanya Boniface Bryson, to thank the first responders who came to his aid.
“Here I am, thanks to you guys,” he told them, according to a press release. “You don’t know that you’re going to survive anything like this, but when you do, the life that you had before is not the life that you have now. There is so much to be grateful for and I’ve learned to believe in the concept of second-hand grace.”
Bryon’s wife Tanya, who had to perform CPR on her husband soon after the heart attack, also thanked the 911 dispatcher for helping her until first responders arrived.
“I was a mess and you guided me through it in a way that I wouldn’t have been able to do it without you,” she told 911 Supervisor and Dispatcher, Chris Hayes.
“From the minute it happened to the minute they found a pulse to the minute he got better, the whole thing has been flawless and I can’t thank everybody enough.”
Soon after his health incident, a rep for Bryson said he was on track to fully recover.
We are glad he is doing much better!