A Dunedin High School junior's CPR skills helped save a man's life this week, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Max Kitchener performed CPR on a tourist who had collapsed at Main Street and Victoria Drive on Wednesday evening, according to the Times. An advertising rep from the newspaper was on the scene and helped check the man's pulse.
The 16-year-old student, who works at nearby , told the Times he learned his rescue skills through Dunedin High's Academy of Architectural Design & Building Technologies.
"During, it was all instinct," he told the newspaper. "After, my hands were shaking when I realized what I had done."
The man regained consciousness and was taken to . His name was not available.