• It was 15 to 15. I had the ball, we had been playing for about 4 hours. I have passed Connor and went to shoot. “I win! You got dishes tonight Connor!” I said turning around.
    At that exact moment, my heart stopped. There I saw him lying on the ground.
    “CONNOR!” I ran over to him, check his heart rate. He wasn’t responding so I can into the house to call 911. When the ambulance got to the house Mom and I were waiting outside for them, while trying to cool Connor down. We watched as they put him in the ambulance and we followed them to the hospital.
    It was a few days until we knew what was actually going on because when he can’t breathe he just needs his inhaler and a drink of water, but this time he just completely collapsed on the ground.