7th-grade lesson on Heimlich proved a real lifesaver

  • Article by: MARIA ELENA BACA , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 16, 2012 - 9:39 PM

A Champlin seventh-grader came to the rescue of his friend, who was choking on a candy in the lunchroom.

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gizkazzNov. 16, 1210:09 PM

congratulation to him for being able to do this, he needs to be commended for this

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madamgagaNov. 16, 1211:09 PM

Fantastic story - wonderful that Aaron knew exactly what to do!

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gorabbits57Nov. 16, 1211:43 PM

Hats off to Ann in preparing our youth for unexpected life events. Not easy considering the age of the students involved. What a brave move on the part of the young man that saved his friends life. We need more good news like this!

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aardvark878Nov. 17, 12 1:32 AM

Love stories like this. What brave and intelligent kids! And what an awesome curriculum and teacher.

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omgwtfNov. 17, 12 9:33 AM

Way to go Aaron!

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elle2008Nov. 17, 1211:50 AM

Kids, got to love them. They are not cynics yet.

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scoopwestNov. 17, 12 2:58 PM

A wonderful slice of life story about real people. Congrats to the educator, the students and those two boys, that's how life long friendship begin sometime.

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educator1Nov. 17, 12 4:22 PM

Hooray for students and for their health teacher. Nicely written, reporter.

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