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'Miracle Mike' survives cardiac arrest, shares his near-death experience

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (WDAF) -- A Bonner Springs man has the new nickname of "Miracle Mike". You could also call him "Grateful Mike". He's grateful to the people who saved his life. Mike Gibbons is back in the E.R. at Providence Medical Center, and a nurse and doctor are thrilled. "He's telling me 'Thank you' and that's just amazing to have that," said the nurse, Tammy Weitz.
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