Mariam Hart, left, is a senior at Walla Walla High School who is credited with saving the life of her teacher, Julie Laufenburg. The fine arts teacher was in the middle of class when she started choking and weakly asked for help in a raspy voice. Hart, a cadet major in the schools JROTC, used the Heimlich maneuver to clear her teacher’s airway.
Mariam Hart, left, is a senior at Walla Walla High School who is credited with saving the life of her teacher, Julie Laufenburg. The fine arts teacher was in the middle of class when she started choking and weakly asked for help in a raspy voice. Hart, a cadet major in the schools JROTC, used the Heimlich maneuver to clear her teacher’s airway. Courtesy Walla Walla Public Schools
Mariam Hart, left, is a senior at Walla Walla High School who is credited with saving the life of her teacher, Julie Laufenburg. The fine arts teacher was in the middle of class when she started choking and weakly asked for help in a raspy voice. Hart, a cadet major in the schools JROTC, used the Heimlich maneuver to clear her teacher’s airway. Courtesy Walla Walla Public Schools

Wa-Hi student saves choking art teacher during class

March 18, 2017 01:14 PM

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