One Ohio Hunter Saves Another From Bleeding To Death

Michael Kane was straddling the doe he'd just killed, leaning into his knife to open the chest cavity, when the blade slipped and slashed the femoral artery of his left leg. Hunting nearby, Ryan Price heard his screams, found Kane, tied a tourniquet, and stayed with him until help arrived. "The surgeon said without the tourniquet, in five minutes my kid would have been dead," Michael Kane Sr. told the Toledo Blade. "[Ryan Price] was God-sent. In my eyes, he's nothing but a hero."