9 year-old autistic student saves teacher's life and credits popular movie
January 18, 2013
Autistic nine year-old, Brendon Garman, saved his teacher's life after she passed out from an asthma attack while teaching her class at Oak Grove Elementary in Powder Bluff, Missouri.
Madonna Kenser had an allergic reaction from the fumes of her dry erase pen while using the projector.
"I was having an asthma attack," said Kenser. "The students were watching and I knew I had to get to my desk." At her desk was her purse with an inhaler.
Kenser never made it to her desk. Her throat closed quickly and she passed out, lying lifeless on the floor.
That's when Brendon sprung from his seat and became a hero. He found her purse at her desk, grabbed the inhaler, and gave it to his teacher. Brendon says he knew what to do from a scene in the movie "Are We There Yet."
"If I didn't see that movie, I wouldn't know what to do," said Brendon.
Kenser said she is proud of her entire class for saving her life.
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