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Two women were stranded Saturday night on a Wisconsin highway when a man stopped to change their flat tire. Driving off, the 61-year-old man said, "Someone up above put me in the right place at the right time." Moments later the man had a heart attack. The women spotted his car down the road and they pulled over to assist him.
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