“All I can remember is looking out the back of the ambulance and getting the feeling we were driving about 90 miles and hour. At that point it started setting in that this was a very serious event.”
Doug Cline experienced a major heart attack one morning in March. He was only 51 years old. A month later, Doug and his wife Elizabeth sat down to talk about the moment that shook their lives and forced them to reevaluate their day-to-day priorities.
Doug and Elizabeth Cline live in Centerville, Ohio. Their conversation was edited by WYSO volunteer Chris De La Cruz and posted to the web by volunteer David Neely. Click here to learn more about volunteering at WYSO.
(Originally broadcast November 20, 2010)