Local teacher featured on 'Good Morning America'
Rochester, N.Y. -- A local teacher once featured on a 13WHAM Someone You Should Know report got to share her story with a national audience this morning.
Trisha Sullivan, a teacher from Pittsford, survived a heart attack triggered by a little-known medical condition.
Doug Emblidge shared Sullivan's story in June 2016, and it's now part of a report by ABC News on SCAD (spontaneous coronary artery dissection), which is the leading cause of major heart attacks for women under age 50.
Sullivan joined us on Good Day Rochester this morning, before her story aired on Good Morning America.