A Liberal volunteer door-knocking in Calgary on election day acted quickly to save a senior.
The volunteer for Kent Hehr's campaign in Calgary Centre was out reminding people to vote in the tight election race against the Conservative incumbent on Monday.
After ringing a doorbell, the worker was met by a senior who was "clearly in a dire situation," Hehr's spokesman, Ben Charland, told The Huffington Post Alberta in a phone interview.
"The volunteer acted quickly and called 911 and an ambulance came," said Charland.
One of my volunteers may have saved a life today. What a great team. https://t.co/jAIsz3PzG1— Kent Hehr (@kenthehr) October 19, 2015
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