Special Report: Janet's Law Part 2

Two parents are fighting to make sure other children have the tools needed to save them, should their heart suddenly stop beating, after losing their

EDISON - Two parents are fighting to make sure other children have the tools needed to save them, should their heart suddenly stop beating, after losing their own little girl to sudden cardiac arrest.

In part two of this series, News 12 New Jersey's Alice Gainer talks with 17-year-old Heather Skillman who was saved because of an automated external defibrillator at her school when her heart went into sudden cardiac arrest during cheerleading tryouts.

Special Report: Janet's Law Part 1

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