From the OC Disney Blog
An 18-year-old from Taft, Calif. is being credited with saving the life of a toddler at Disneyland. Sara Jewell performed CPR on a 1-year -old girl after she heard the child’s mother screaming for help, according to ABC News.
Jewell told the Taft Midway Driller what happened:
“We (Kayla Schuyler, Whitney Graham and Emily Davis) were in line for the Dumbo ride when a lady came up to the fence screaming that she needed first aid. I hopped the fence, ran up and said I was a lifeguard,” Jewell recalled. “The mom was holding her child and the child was limp. She hadn’t been breathing for awhile. Her lips were blue, her eyes were rolled into the back of her head and she was convulsing. I immediately started giving her CPR. I did the breathing and a nurse did chest compressions. After more breathing treatments, the child turned her head and threw up spaghetti noodles and started coughing, and coughing is breathing. I waited until paramedics arrived and got her on oxygen. She was taken off on a stretcher and I don’t know what became of it.”
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