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Third-Grader Who Saved Friend’s Life Named ‘Mayor For The Day’

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Third-Grader Who Saved Friend’s Life Named ‘Mayor For The Day’

 

Written By NewsOne Staff via https://newsone.com

 

A third grader from East Orange, New Jersey received a huge honor from the city’s mayor after saving her friend’s life. 9-year-old Kori Scott was named “Mayor for the Day” after stepping in and performing the Heimlich maneuver while her friend was choking, News 12 New Jersey reported.

The incident happened at Bowser Elementary School while Scott and her friend Astah were eating lunch in the cafeteria, the news outlet writes. Astah started choking on her food and ran to the water fountain. Scott ran after her friend and used the …

 

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