One of the best things about this story is the fact that it was captured on a security camera, which shows Caroline running into the back of the bus and pulling the piece of food out of Allen’s throat.

She stars in the video and she is thanked for doing what she did.

The company Caroline works for is so happy and grateful that she knew about CPR and was quick enough to take action. They said they were considering implementing a plan that would require other bus drivers to be qualified and certified in CPR.

It’s a policy that should be standard when it comes to working with children, based on the fact that these situations happen all the time.

If more people working with children are certified in CPR, there is no doubt that many bad situations can be avoided.

Children are more prone to things like suffocation, so it would be great if schools and other organizations that work with children implement such policies. However, children are not the only ones to benefit from more people knowing how to perform CPR.

You never know when something bad is going to happen, so getting certified in CPR is amazing. If you want to get a degree, there are courses that take place frequently in all major cities.

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