Inspired by the super twin who saved his brother beneath a fallen dresser - here are 10 kids who came to the rescue to save their friends and family! For more: http://abcn.ws/2iv4sYv
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When I was 13 I accidentally inhaled a Napoleon (round hard candy) I was choking and my twin sister was like "oh are you choking, do i need to get someone" and she just walked out of room into the hallway and shouted that I was choking on water or something like that -_- thanks for the help 😂 my family ended up calling 911oops
the first vid is just a result of a mom doing a wrong move... the vid of a twin is preventable by bolting the cabinet to the wall which is what they did after the incident... did a Heimlich on my 3 yr old son when he accidentally swallowed an inch plastic ball... learned my Heimlich from Reader's Digest and saw it applied in Mrs. Doubtfire movie...
Once i heard a smash and i saw there was heaps of peices of glass on the floor and my lil bro was falling off the couch where glass was and i smashed my head on the table but helped my lil bro i dont care if my head hurzt i care more about my family
The kid did not push the dresser it was stuck on something so it could not fall all the way it's like something above you 2 inches above your face but it's not touching you and after a while you can squeeze threw it if your skinny
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