A Michigan man is lucky to be alive after an electric shock stopped his heart for 20 minutes. Michael Pruitt, 20, said he was working on a construction site when a metal ladder he was carrying touched a live wire. He was rushed to the hospital without any vital signs, but the staff at Beaumont Health refused to give up on him. They used defibrillators to restart his heart. It took a couple tries, but they eventually got a heartbeat. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano has more.