Florida homeowner allegedly yells, 'have him die somewhere else' during neighbor's medical emergency

The distressed neighbor credited the lawn worker with saving his life

A Florida lawn worker is being hailed a hero while a homeowner faced criticism for their actions during a neighbor's medical emergency, a report said.

The Orland Sentinel reported that the landscaper, identified by his first name Tony, noticed a neighbor having a seizure inside a car that began to roll. He sprung into action and tried to get the car to stop, which ended up on the homeowner's lawn.

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The homeowner, instead of providing assistance, allegedly yelled, "have him die somewhere else."

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The car was locked. But Tony recognized the man and ran to his home to alert his wife. They called 911. He has been credited for saving the man's life.

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The paper reported that the distressed neighbor recovered and thanked Tony for his intervention.