Instructor Daniel Taveras, 27, helps Kevin Fitzpatrick, 17, of Archbishop McCarthy High School, create an app at the Samsung Mobile App Academy at the University of Miami on Thursday. Fitzpatrick is one of 60 South Florida high school students selected to attend the weeklong academy. He is building a CPR assistant app that will help regular citizens decide the best steps in an emergency situation. Fitzpatrick thought of the idea after recently becoming CPR certified.
Instructor Daniel Taveras, 27, helps Kevin Fitzpatrick, 17, of Archbishop McCarthy High School, create an app at the Samsung Mobile App Academy at the University of Miami on Thursday. Fitzpatrick is one of 60 South Florida high school students selected to attend the weeklong academy. He is building a CPR assistant app that will help regular citizens decide the best steps in an emergency situation. Fitzpatrick thought of the idea after recently becoming CPR certified. JESSICA BAL MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Instructor Daniel Taveras, 27, helps Kevin Fitzpatrick, 17, of Archbishop McCarthy High School, create an app at the Samsung Mobile App Academy at the University of Miami on Thursday. Fitzpatrick is one of 60 South Florida high school students selected to attend the weeklong academy. He is building a CPR assistant app that will help regular citizens decide the best steps in an emergency situation. Fitzpatrick thought of the idea after recently becoming CPR certified. JESSICA BAL MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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