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Camera at Nebraska High School captures coach rescuing suffocating student

A camera inside the cafeteria at Papillion La Vista South captures the dramatic rescue of a high school student. The teenager said he was suffocating in the cafeteria when a coach went to help “I was just at my post,” Joel Hueser said. Hueser is the basketball coach for Papillion La Vista South. He was on lunch watch Tuesday. The video shows him sitting under the clock. “Yeah, that’s the point where I start to realize something’s wrong,” Riley Kelly said as he watched the video from inside the cafeteria. Beginner Riley Kelly had just taken a bite of a cheeseburger. “I just did not chew it all the way,” Kelly said. “I’ve been in situations like this before where I try to wash it down because I have something stuck in there and nine times out of 10 it works and that’s the one time it did not work.” It’s stuck in his throat. . He reaches for his milk. “I had a little trouble opening my milk because the panic was building,” he said. Hueser is still working on his laptop. “I drank the milk and I felt no milk. I moved, just felt the milk being held there in my throat and I could not breathe,” Kelly said. Kelly’s table mates do not notice it yet either. “It was all so sudden, it was like lightning in my head, but at the same time super slow,” Kelly said. He grabs his neck and the students shout for help. “It was just the universal sign that he was suffocating,” Hueser said. Precious seconds mean something in such moments. I remember it’s like the fear, “Kelly said.” The next thing you know I was saved. “Hueser jumped up and immediately performed the Heimlich maneuver on Kelly. Managers folded tables and made a barrier to keep the tumult out of sight. A few good bumps and a chunk of cheeseburger are out. ” “Every other year, when we have to do cardiopulmonary resuscitation (and training), I think, ‘Uh really, we have to do this again, and it paid off this time,” Hueser said. Kelly says he is grateful for a coach he had never met before that moment. ” Kelly said. Hueser said he is no hero. Just thankful Kelly is still here for lunch. ”Any teacher or coach would have done the same. I was just there by chance, ”said Hueser.

A camera inside the cafeteria at Papillion La Vista South captures the dramatic rescue of a high school student.

The teenager said he was strangled in the cafeteria when a coach went to help

“I was just a little bit on my post,” Joel Hueser said.

Hueser is the varsity Papillion La Vista South basketball coach.

He was on lunch watch Tuesday. The video shows him sitting under the clock.

“Yeah, that’s the point where I’m starting to realize something’s wrong,” Riley Kelly said as he watched video from inside the cafeteria.

Freshman Riley Kelly had just taken a bite of a cheeseburger.

“I just did not chew it all the way,” Kelly said. “I’ve been in situations like this before where I try to wash it down because I have something stuck in there and nine times out of 10 it works and that’s the one time it did not work.”

It’s stuck in his throat. He reaches for his milk.

“I had a little trouble opening my milk because the panic was building,” he said.

Hueser is still working on his laptop.

“I drank the milk and I did not feel the milk move, I just felt the milk being kept there in my throat and I could not breathe,” Kelly said.

Kelly’s table mates don’t notice it yet either.

“It was all so sudden, it was like lightning in my head, but at the same time super slow,” Kelly said.

He grabs the neck and the students shout for help.

“It was just the universal sign that he was suffocating,” Hueser said.

Precious seconds mean something in such moments.

“Everything I remember is like fear,” Kelly said. “The next thing you know, I was saved.”

Hueser jumped up and immediately performed the Heimlich maneuver on Kelly.

Managers folded tables and made a barrier to keep trouble out of sight.

A few good pushes and the lump of the cheeseburger is out.

“Every other year, when we have to do cardiopulmonary resuscitation (and training), I think, ‘Ugh, we have to do it again, and it paid off this time,'” Hueser said.

Kelly says he is grateful for a coach he had never met before that moment.

“I would definitely say thank you very much, I really appreciate it,” Kelly said.

Hueser said he is no hero. Just grateful that Kelly is still present at lunchtime.

“Any teacher or coach would have done the same. I was just there by chance,” Hueser said.

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