Socialpost

Complete News World

The teacher saves his student from suffocation

Robert suffocates: American teacher saves his student’s life

A New Jersey elementary school teacher may have saved the life of a nine-year-old boy who suffocated during class. Janice Jenkins is now celebrated as a heroine in the American media.

Read more after the ad

Read more after the ad

In a video released this week by the East Orange Community Charter School, after consulting with everyone involved, nine-year-old Robert can be seen opening the water bottle with his teeth and then swallowing the lid. The boy, unable to breathe apparently, runs to his teacher and points his neck. Jenkins does not hesitate for a second: Heimlich uses maneuvering, a life-saving emergency measure when there is a risk of suffocation by a foreign object. And of course, Robert spit the bottle cap back on.

Recommended editorial content

At this point you will see the external content Twitter, Inc., Which concludes the article. You can see it with a single click.

I agree that external content is shown to me. This allows personal data to be sent to third-party sites. More about this in our Privacy Notices.

“I’m trained on what to do and I’m glad I was able to save Robert’s life,” Jenkins said. To the American media. “Then I saw the video, oh, it really happened. I was so emotional,” the author recalled. In an interview with Fox News.

Read more after the ad

Read more after the ad

“A True Heroine”

Robert is surprised by the attention: “I’m not famous. Ms Jenkins is famous,” said the nine-year-old.

The fast-paced teacher has not only garnered thousands of compliments on social media, but also from top politicians. Donald Payne Jr., who represents the state of New Jersey in the U.S. House of Representatives, tweeted that Jenkins is “a true social hero.”

Recommended editorial content

At this point you will see the external content Twitter, Inc., Which concludes the article. You can see it with a single click.

I agree that external content is shown to me. This allows personal data to be sent to third-party sites. More about this in our Privacy Notices.

“Thanks for being there, for being a hero,” Robert Stoneker told Fox News from Robert’s father.

Read more after the ad

Read more after the ad

RND / seb

See also  The Viennese repair voucher is also available in the United States