According to the Ingham County Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management Facebook page, The Ingham County Sheriff's Office is asking you to share this request to find two "Good Samaritans" who saved a man's life. Officials say that around 11am last Saturday, July 11th, a 50 year old male cyclist taking part in a bicycle event near Stockbridge, collapsed at M52 and Dexter Trail in full cardiac arrest. That's when several individuals stopped and assisted the man and ultimately saved his life.

According to the Facebook post, another cyclist participating in the 'One Helluva Ride" event began CPR in the middle of the road on the cardiac victim after he collapsed. While first responders were still on their way, two other passing motorists (an off duty nurse and another subject) took over CPR. These three individuals maintained CPR for several minutes as the deputy was responding to the call. Officials have identified the cyclist that stopped and helped with CPR but are still looking for the other two people who helped the cardiac patient. If you know who these people are, please contact the the sheriff's department at (517) 676-8202.