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Ferndale skier meets first responders, bystanders who saved his life

Man went into cardiac arrest while skiing Mount Baker in February

Ferndale resident Bill Bishop smiles with his family and the first responders who saved his life after he suffered cardiac arrest skiing on the slopes of Mount Baker in February. An award ceremony on March 28 at a Whatcom Fire District 4 firehouse allowed Bishop to meet his rescuers.
Ferndale resident Bill Bishop smiles with his family and the first responders who saved his life after he suffered cardiac arrest skiing on the slopes of Mount Baker in February. An award ceremony on March 28 at a Whatcom Fire District 4 firehouse allowed Bishop to meet his rescuers. (Finn Wendt/Cascadia Daily News)
By Nina Walsh News Intern
After experiencing cardiac arrest while skiing a black diamond run on Mount Baker in February, Fernd

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