(WXYZ) - Dr. Mehmet Oz, the famous surgeon and television personality, jumped into action on Saturday when a man running along next to him in a Utah 5K collapsed.
Dr. Oz wrote on his Facebook page that Ken Roosa was having trouble breathing and a frothy fluid was coming from his lungs.
He writes: "After listening to his heart, we got oxygen on him...he quickly stabilized at the hospital."
The doctor said that the tentative diagnosis is heat stroke combined with a possible heart arrhythmia.
"I just saw him and he looks much better. Ken was lucky," writes Dr. Oz. "I want you to all remember to stay cool in the heat. Just to be sure, I may jog with Ken for the foreseeable future!"
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