Dispatch-assisted CPR represents one of the most effective ways to improve SCA survival. As a lay rescuer, Jennifer Chap performed dispatch-assisted CPR on her husband Rick that helped save his life. Theirs is a story of survival that takes the audience from terror to triumph. Rick kicks it off with his side of the story, noting how SCA can strike out of the blue. And, Jennifer shares her terrifying experience from the perspective of the other end of the phone, recalling in vivid detail her feelings, fears, realizations, struggles and gratitude on that fateful morning of Rick’s SCA in their home. This grateful husband and wife duo co-present sharing each other’s perspectives of their heart-stopping experience with SCA. Jennifer recognizes “dispatchers as the faceless heroes on the other end of the phone, who make the difference between life and death.” Her message emphasizes the urgency of getting hands on chest quickly, impact of ongoing coaching so the rescuer doesn’t feel alone, and the importance of reconnecting the rescuer and dispatcher after the call. Rick shares insights of his “sur-thrival” after SCA, turning his brush with death into a platform to save more lives from SCA.