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A 69-year-old woman was exercising in an open area at a fitness facility in Oswego when she “collapsed, stopped breathing and lost her pulse and circulation,” according to the complaint. Fellow fitness members tried to resuscitate her and employees at the facility were made aware that she needed medical assistance as fellow patrons shouted to employees to help her. Eight minutes passed before an automated …

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