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Luckily, Ann Vendely had remembered what Ray Magliozzi of Car Talk said to do: grab the wheel and keep the car going straight, put the car in neutral and ease it to the side of the road while turning on the hazard lights.
Ann Vendely was able to move the car to the right side of the road and bring it to a stop, without needing to hit the brakes.
“Once we had pulled over and I had come to, we started to change drivers since there was no way that I was going to drive. Luckily, we were almost to the exit where the new Kettering Emergency Center is in Franklin,” he said.
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The Kettering Health Network treated Don immediately and before the day was over, he had a pacemaker installed.
“We just wanted to thank the Dayton Daily News for printing Car Talk in the Wheels section,” said Don Vendely. “If we hadn’t read that article, the incident could have had a very different outcome.”