A five-year-old boy in Atlantic City, N.J., saved his grandmother from choking by using a trick he learned at school.
Shirldine Stewart was watching television and eating Jello when her grandson A’Zir Spence came downstairs to ask her a question. When she turned toward him, a piece of food lodged in her throat.
The boy told his grandmother to raise her hands over her head — a trick he had learned at school — and the food popped out. His grandmother calls him her little hero.