Wife of man saved on LIRR train during cardiac arrest seeks good Samaritan who performed CPR

Margaret Marshall says she went to the Long

Margaret Marshall says she went to the Long Island Rail Road and even took to social media.

A woman is on a mission to find the person who saved her husband's life in a moment of crisis.

Chris Marshall, 60, went into cardiac arrest while commuting home on the 5:53 p.m. Long Island Rail Road Ronkonkoma-bound train Thursday night. His wife Margaret says she was told that someone close by, who is only referred to in police reports as "the witness," began performing CPR until first responders...

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