Thanks to their efforts, Zupp was revived from unconsciousness.

A 16-year-old boy met the first responders Thursday who saved his life.

Back in May, three Monroe County sheriff's deputies responded to a home in Chili for a report of a teenager with a pre-existing medical condition who was unconscious and not breathing.

They found Garrett Zupp in cardiac arrest. Deputies immediately jumped in to help EMT's perform CPR.

Thanks to their efforts, Zupp was revived.

On Thursday, he met his life-savers for breakfast at a diner.

"Throughout the day first I went to a movie with my friends and stuff and then I just woke up in the hospital, I don't remember any of the things that happened that day," Zupp said. "It means a lot because I probably never would have met them if it didn't go well and it's great to have finally met them because they obviously all saved me."

After a month-long stay at the hospital, Zupp is now home and making a great recovery.