Georgetown firefighters Brad Polley, left and Paul Goodman, right, with Savanna Noe, age 14, center at her home  in Georgetown, Ky., on Aug. 23, 2012.  Both responded while off duty when they heard an emergency on the radio scanner with an  and helped rescue Noe who was having a heart attack. Goodman's home, in the background is a few hundred yards away. Polley also lives nearby.  Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff
Georgetown firefighters Brad Polley, left and Paul Goodman, right, with Savanna Noe, age 14, center at her home in Georgetown, Ky., on Aug. 23, 2012. Both responded while off duty when they heard an emergency on the radio scanner with an and helped rescue Noe who was having a heart attack. Goodman's home, in the background is a few hundred yards away. Polley also lives nearby. Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff Lexington Herald-Leader
Georgetown firefighters Brad Polley, left and Paul Goodman, right, with Savanna Noe, age 14, center at her home in Georgetown, Ky., on Aug. 23, 2012. Both responded while off duty when they heard an emergency on the radio scanner with an and helped rescue Noe who was having a heart attack. Goodman's home, in the background is a few hundred yards away. Polley also lives nearby. Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff Lexington Herald-Leader

Girl, 14, whose heart stopped beating, recovers thanks to two off-duty firefighters

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