Search is on for Good Samaritans who saved cyclist’s life

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STOCKBRIDGE, Mich. (WLNS)-The Ingham County Sheriff’s Office is on the hunt for two Good Samaritans who saved a man’s life.

The 50-year-old man was taking part in the “One Helluva Ride” cycling event around 11 a.m. Saturday morning when his heart began failing.

He collapsed at M-52 and Dexter Trail in Stockbridge.

The sheriff’s office says three people came to the man’s rescue, ultimately saving his life.

A cyclist stopped in the middle of the road to begin CPR on the man.

Two drivers, including an off-duty nurse, pulled over to help with CPR until a deputy arrived several minutes later.

The Ingham County Sheriff’s Office says the three Good Samaritans left before deputies could get their names.

While they have identified the cyclist, they are asking for the public’s help in finding the other two rescuers to recognize them for their heroic actions.

Anyone with information about the drivers is asked to call Major Joel Maatman at (517) 676-8202.

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