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The employee is a local college student who learned the safety procedure in high school

The incident occurred in a Chick-fil-A location south of Denver.

A fast-food worker was on his lunch break when he stepped in to help his co-worker, who had gotten into some unexpected trouble.

Andrew Myrant, an employee at the Highlands Ranch, Colorado, Chick-fil-A location noticed his co-worker signaling that he was choking and quickly jumped in to give him the Heimlich maneuver, ABC News reported.

“I mean, it makes me feel pretty awkward because I don't feel like it, but they say 'hero' a lot, and one of my managers bought me a sandwich for the other day, so that was nice,” he told ABC News.

In video footage, Myrant sits back down to eat after the food is dislodged from his co-workers throat.


Local high school student saves a life

A person can play many different roles in life. At Surry Central High School, senior Delia Chavez is known as an outstanding artist, a dedicated student, the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) commander, and leader of the JROTC Color Guard.

Outside of school, Delia is a loving daughter, loyal sister, protective aunt, supportive girlfriend, and trustworthy babysitter. However, people who know her may not realize that she has also been recognized as a lifesaver.

On the night of Oct 9, 2020, Delia Chavez saved her nephew&rsquos life. Delia was babysitting her 18-month old nephew, Noah Cortes, when he woke up from a nap choking. It was obvious to Delia that Noah was struggling to breathe. Right away Delia called 911 and explained the situation to the dispatcher.

During the time that Delia was talking with the dispatcher, Noah quit breathing. The dispatcher told Delia to begin CPR. Recalling the training she had been given as a freshman in high school, Delia began to administer CPR to her nephew. In doing so, Delia forced Noah to vomit. When Noah began to cry, Delia knew her efforts were successful. Shortly after Noah began to breathe an emergency medical team and an ambulance arrived at Delia&rsquos home. The medical team praised Delia&rsquos efforts and told her that her quick actions saved her nephew&rsquos life. As a precaution, the medical team took Noah to the hospital.

Recently, Dale Harold and Justin Jarrell of Surry County Emergency Services, presented Delia with the Surry County Citizen Life Saver certificate. Recently, the Air Force recognized her heroism as well, presenting her with the Air Force JROTC Silver Valor Award for a selfless act of heroism.

According to one of Delia&rsquos JROTC instructors, Master Sergeant Greg McCormick, &ldquothe Silver Valor Award is the second-highest ribbon that an AF JROTC cadet can earn and one that is rarely awarded. It has been an honor to see Delia grow into a great leader and hero.&rdquo

&ldquoDelia is an incredibly talented art student and winner of several school-level art competition awards, but I did not know she saved someone&rsquos life,&rdquo said Stephanie Miller, Delia&rsquos art teacher. &ldquoOur entire school is proud of her.&rdquo


Local high school student saves a life

A person can play many different roles in life. At Surry Central High School, senior Delia Chavez is known as an outstanding artist, a dedicated student, the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) commander, and leader of the JROTC Color Guard.

Outside of school, Delia is a loving daughter, loyal sister, protective aunt, supportive girlfriend, and trustworthy babysitter. However, people who know her may not realize that she has also been recognized as a lifesaver.

On the night of Oct 9, 2020, Delia Chavez saved her nephew&rsquos life. Delia was babysitting her 18-month old nephew, Noah Cortes, when he woke up from a nap choking. It was obvious to Delia that Noah was struggling to breathe. Right away Delia called 911 and explained the situation to the dispatcher.

During the time that Delia was talking with the dispatcher, Noah quit breathing. The dispatcher told Delia to begin CPR. Recalling the training she had been given as a freshman in high school, Delia began to administer CPR to her nephew. In doing so, Delia forced Noah to vomit. When Noah began to cry, Delia knew her efforts were successful. Shortly after Noah began to breathe an emergency medical team and an ambulance arrived at Delia&rsquos home. The medical team praised Delia&rsquos efforts and told her that her quick actions saved her nephew&rsquos life. As a precaution, the medical team took Noah to the hospital.

Recently, Dale Harold and Justin Jarrell of Surry County Emergency Services, presented Delia with the Surry County Citizen Life Saver certificate. Recently, the Air Force recognized her heroism as well, presenting her with the Air Force JROTC Silver Valor Award for a selfless act of heroism.

According to one of Delia&rsquos JROTC instructors, Master Sergeant Greg McCormick, &ldquothe Silver Valor Award is the second-highest ribbon that an AF JROTC cadet can earn and one that is rarely awarded. It has been an honor to see Delia grow into a great leader and hero.&rdquo

&ldquoDelia is an incredibly talented art student and winner of several school-level art competition awards, but I did not know she saved someone&rsquos life,&rdquo said Stephanie Miller, Delia&rsquos art teacher. &ldquoOur entire school is proud of her.&rdquo


Local high school student saves a life

A person can play many different roles in life. At Surry Central High School, senior Delia Chavez is known as an outstanding artist, a dedicated student, the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) commander, and leader of the JROTC Color Guard.

Outside of school, Delia is a loving daughter, loyal sister, protective aunt, supportive girlfriend, and trustworthy babysitter. However, people who know her may not realize that she has also been recognized as a lifesaver.

On the night of Oct 9, 2020, Delia Chavez saved her nephew&rsquos life. Delia was babysitting her 18-month old nephew, Noah Cortes, when he woke up from a nap choking. It was obvious to Delia that Noah was struggling to breathe. Right away Delia called 911 and explained the situation to the dispatcher.

During the time that Delia was talking with the dispatcher, Noah quit breathing. The dispatcher told Delia to begin CPR. Recalling the training she had been given as a freshman in high school, Delia began to administer CPR to her nephew. In doing so, Delia forced Noah to vomit. When Noah began to cry, Delia knew her efforts were successful. Shortly after Noah began to breathe an emergency medical team and an ambulance arrived at Delia&rsquos home. The medical team praised Delia&rsquos efforts and told her that her quick actions saved her nephew&rsquos life. As a precaution, the medical team took Noah to the hospital.

Recently, Dale Harold and Justin Jarrell of Surry County Emergency Services, presented Delia with the Surry County Citizen Life Saver certificate. Recently, the Air Force recognized her heroism as well, presenting her with the Air Force JROTC Silver Valor Award for a selfless act of heroism.

According to one of Delia&rsquos JROTC instructors, Master Sergeant Greg McCormick, &ldquothe Silver Valor Award is the second-highest ribbon that an AF JROTC cadet can earn and one that is rarely awarded. It has been an honor to see Delia grow into a great leader and hero.&rdquo

&ldquoDelia is an incredibly talented art student and winner of several school-level art competition awards, but I did not know she saved someone&rsquos life,&rdquo said Stephanie Miller, Delia&rsquos art teacher. &ldquoOur entire school is proud of her.&rdquo


Local high school student saves a life

A person can play many different roles in life. At Surry Central High School, senior Delia Chavez is known as an outstanding artist, a dedicated student, the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) commander, and leader of the JROTC Color Guard.

Outside of school, Delia is a loving daughter, loyal sister, protective aunt, supportive girlfriend, and trustworthy babysitter. However, people who know her may not realize that she has also been recognized as a lifesaver.

On the night of Oct 9, 2020, Delia Chavez saved her nephew&rsquos life. Delia was babysitting her 18-month old nephew, Noah Cortes, when he woke up from a nap choking. It was obvious to Delia that Noah was struggling to breathe. Right away Delia called 911 and explained the situation to the dispatcher.

During the time that Delia was talking with the dispatcher, Noah quit breathing. The dispatcher told Delia to begin CPR. Recalling the training she had been given as a freshman in high school, Delia began to administer CPR to her nephew. In doing so, Delia forced Noah to vomit. When Noah began to cry, Delia knew her efforts were successful. Shortly after Noah began to breathe an emergency medical team and an ambulance arrived at Delia&rsquos home. The medical team praised Delia&rsquos efforts and told her that her quick actions saved her nephew&rsquos life. As a precaution, the medical team took Noah to the hospital.

Recently, Dale Harold and Justin Jarrell of Surry County Emergency Services, presented Delia with the Surry County Citizen Life Saver certificate. Recently, the Air Force recognized her heroism as well, presenting her with the Air Force JROTC Silver Valor Award for a selfless act of heroism.

According to one of Delia&rsquos JROTC instructors, Master Sergeant Greg McCormick, &ldquothe Silver Valor Award is the second-highest ribbon that an AF JROTC cadet can earn and one that is rarely awarded. It has been an honor to see Delia grow into a great leader and hero.&rdquo

&ldquoDelia is an incredibly talented art student and winner of several school-level art competition awards, but I did not know she saved someone&rsquos life,&rdquo said Stephanie Miller, Delia&rsquos art teacher. &ldquoOur entire school is proud of her.&rdquo


Local high school student saves a life

A person can play many different roles in life. At Surry Central High School, senior Delia Chavez is known as an outstanding artist, a dedicated student, the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) commander, and leader of the JROTC Color Guard.

Outside of school, Delia is a loving daughter, loyal sister, protective aunt, supportive girlfriend, and trustworthy babysitter. However, people who know her may not realize that she has also been recognized as a lifesaver.

On the night of Oct 9, 2020, Delia Chavez saved her nephew&rsquos life. Delia was babysitting her 18-month old nephew, Noah Cortes, when he woke up from a nap choking. It was obvious to Delia that Noah was struggling to breathe. Right away Delia called 911 and explained the situation to the dispatcher.

During the time that Delia was talking with the dispatcher, Noah quit breathing. The dispatcher told Delia to begin CPR. Recalling the training she had been given as a freshman in high school, Delia began to administer CPR to her nephew. In doing so, Delia forced Noah to vomit. When Noah began to cry, Delia knew her efforts were successful. Shortly after Noah began to breathe an emergency medical team and an ambulance arrived at Delia&rsquos home. The medical team praised Delia&rsquos efforts and told her that her quick actions saved her nephew&rsquos life. As a precaution, the medical team took Noah to the hospital.

Recently, Dale Harold and Justin Jarrell of Surry County Emergency Services, presented Delia with the Surry County Citizen Life Saver certificate. Recently, the Air Force recognized her heroism as well, presenting her with the Air Force JROTC Silver Valor Award for a selfless act of heroism.

According to one of Delia&rsquos JROTC instructors, Master Sergeant Greg McCormick, &ldquothe Silver Valor Award is the second-highest ribbon that an AF JROTC cadet can earn and one that is rarely awarded. It has been an honor to see Delia grow into a great leader and hero.&rdquo

&ldquoDelia is an incredibly talented art student and winner of several school-level art competition awards, but I did not know she saved someone&rsquos life,&rdquo said Stephanie Miller, Delia&rsquos art teacher. &ldquoOur entire school is proud of her.&rdquo


Local high school student saves a life

A person can play many different roles in life. At Surry Central High School, senior Delia Chavez is known as an outstanding artist, a dedicated student, the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) commander, and leader of the JROTC Color Guard.

Outside of school, Delia is a loving daughter, loyal sister, protective aunt, supportive girlfriend, and trustworthy babysitter. However, people who know her may not realize that she has also been recognized as a lifesaver.

On the night of Oct 9, 2020, Delia Chavez saved her nephew&rsquos life. Delia was babysitting her 18-month old nephew, Noah Cortes, when he woke up from a nap choking. It was obvious to Delia that Noah was struggling to breathe. Right away Delia called 911 and explained the situation to the dispatcher.

During the time that Delia was talking with the dispatcher, Noah quit breathing. The dispatcher told Delia to begin CPR. Recalling the training she had been given as a freshman in high school, Delia began to administer CPR to her nephew. In doing so, Delia forced Noah to vomit. When Noah began to cry, Delia knew her efforts were successful. Shortly after Noah began to breathe an emergency medical team and an ambulance arrived at Delia&rsquos home. The medical team praised Delia&rsquos efforts and told her that her quick actions saved her nephew&rsquos life. As a precaution, the medical team took Noah to the hospital.

Recently, Dale Harold and Justin Jarrell of Surry County Emergency Services, presented Delia with the Surry County Citizen Life Saver certificate. Recently, the Air Force recognized her heroism as well, presenting her with the Air Force JROTC Silver Valor Award for a selfless act of heroism.

According to one of Delia&rsquos JROTC instructors, Master Sergeant Greg McCormick, &ldquothe Silver Valor Award is the second-highest ribbon that an AF JROTC cadet can earn and one that is rarely awarded. It has been an honor to see Delia grow into a great leader and hero.&rdquo

&ldquoDelia is an incredibly talented art student and winner of several school-level art competition awards, but I did not know she saved someone&rsquos life,&rdquo said Stephanie Miller, Delia&rsquos art teacher. &ldquoOur entire school is proud of her.&rdquo


Local high school student saves a life

A person can play many different roles in life. At Surry Central High School, senior Delia Chavez is known as an outstanding artist, a dedicated student, the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) commander, and leader of the JROTC Color Guard.

Outside of school, Delia is a loving daughter, loyal sister, protective aunt, supportive girlfriend, and trustworthy babysitter. However, people who know her may not realize that she has also been recognized as a lifesaver.

On the night of Oct 9, 2020, Delia Chavez saved her nephew&rsquos life. Delia was babysitting her 18-month old nephew, Noah Cortes, when he woke up from a nap choking. It was obvious to Delia that Noah was struggling to breathe. Right away Delia called 911 and explained the situation to the dispatcher.

During the time that Delia was talking with the dispatcher, Noah quit breathing. The dispatcher told Delia to begin CPR. Recalling the training she had been given as a freshman in high school, Delia began to administer CPR to her nephew. In doing so, Delia forced Noah to vomit. When Noah began to cry, Delia knew her efforts were successful. Shortly after Noah began to breathe an emergency medical team and an ambulance arrived at Delia&rsquos home. The medical team praised Delia&rsquos efforts and told her that her quick actions saved her nephew&rsquos life. As a precaution, the medical team took Noah to the hospital.

Recently, Dale Harold and Justin Jarrell of Surry County Emergency Services, presented Delia with the Surry County Citizen Life Saver certificate. Recently, the Air Force recognized her heroism as well, presenting her with the Air Force JROTC Silver Valor Award for a selfless act of heroism.

According to one of Delia&rsquos JROTC instructors, Master Sergeant Greg McCormick, &ldquothe Silver Valor Award is the second-highest ribbon that an AF JROTC cadet can earn and one that is rarely awarded. It has been an honor to see Delia grow into a great leader and hero.&rdquo

&ldquoDelia is an incredibly talented art student and winner of several school-level art competition awards, but I did not know she saved someone&rsquos life,&rdquo said Stephanie Miller, Delia&rsquos art teacher. &ldquoOur entire school is proud of her.&rdquo


Local high school student saves a life

A person can play many different roles in life. At Surry Central High School, senior Delia Chavez is known as an outstanding artist, a dedicated student, the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) commander, and leader of the JROTC Color Guard.

Outside of school, Delia is a loving daughter, loyal sister, protective aunt, supportive girlfriend, and trustworthy babysitter. However, people who know her may not realize that she has also been recognized as a lifesaver.

On the night of Oct 9, 2020, Delia Chavez saved her nephew&rsquos life. Delia was babysitting her 18-month old nephew, Noah Cortes, when he woke up from a nap choking. It was obvious to Delia that Noah was struggling to breathe. Right away Delia called 911 and explained the situation to the dispatcher.

During the time that Delia was talking with the dispatcher, Noah quit breathing. The dispatcher told Delia to begin CPR. Recalling the training she had been given as a freshman in high school, Delia began to administer CPR to her nephew. In doing so, Delia forced Noah to vomit. When Noah began to cry, Delia knew her efforts were successful. Shortly after Noah began to breathe an emergency medical team and an ambulance arrived at Delia&rsquos home. The medical team praised Delia&rsquos efforts and told her that her quick actions saved her nephew&rsquos life. As a precaution, the medical team took Noah to the hospital.

Recently, Dale Harold and Justin Jarrell of Surry County Emergency Services, presented Delia with the Surry County Citizen Life Saver certificate. Recently, the Air Force recognized her heroism as well, presenting her with the Air Force JROTC Silver Valor Award for a selfless act of heroism.

According to one of Delia&rsquos JROTC instructors, Master Sergeant Greg McCormick, &ldquothe Silver Valor Award is the second-highest ribbon that an AF JROTC cadet can earn and one that is rarely awarded. It has been an honor to see Delia grow into a great leader and hero.&rdquo

&ldquoDelia is an incredibly talented art student and winner of several school-level art competition awards, but I did not know she saved someone&rsquos life,&rdquo said Stephanie Miller, Delia&rsquos art teacher. &ldquoOur entire school is proud of her.&rdquo


Local high school student saves a life

A person can play many different roles in life. At Surry Central High School, senior Delia Chavez is known as an outstanding artist, a dedicated student, the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) commander, and leader of the JROTC Color Guard.

Outside of school, Delia is a loving daughter, loyal sister, protective aunt, supportive girlfriend, and trustworthy babysitter. However, people who know her may not realize that she has also been recognized as a lifesaver.

On the night of Oct 9, 2020, Delia Chavez saved her nephew&rsquos life. Delia was babysitting her 18-month old nephew, Noah Cortes, when he woke up from a nap choking. It was obvious to Delia that Noah was struggling to breathe. Right away Delia called 911 and explained the situation to the dispatcher.

During the time that Delia was talking with the dispatcher, Noah quit breathing. The dispatcher told Delia to begin CPR. Recalling the training she had been given as a freshman in high school, Delia began to administer CPR to her nephew. In doing so, Delia forced Noah to vomit. When Noah began to cry, Delia knew her efforts were successful. Shortly after Noah began to breathe an emergency medical team and an ambulance arrived at Delia&rsquos home. The medical team praised Delia&rsquos efforts and told her that her quick actions saved her nephew&rsquos life. As a precaution, the medical team took Noah to the hospital.

Recently, Dale Harold and Justin Jarrell of Surry County Emergency Services, presented Delia with the Surry County Citizen Life Saver certificate. Recently, the Air Force recognized her heroism as well, presenting her with the Air Force JROTC Silver Valor Award for a selfless act of heroism.

According to one of Delia&rsquos JROTC instructors, Master Sergeant Greg McCormick, &ldquothe Silver Valor Award is the second-highest ribbon that an AF JROTC cadet can earn and one that is rarely awarded. It has been an honor to see Delia grow into a great leader and hero.&rdquo

&ldquoDelia is an incredibly talented art student and winner of several school-level art competition awards, but I did not know she saved someone&rsquos life,&rdquo said Stephanie Miller, Delia&rsquos art teacher. &ldquoOur entire school is proud of her.&rdquo


Local high school student saves a life

A person can play many different roles in life. At Surry Central High School, senior Delia Chavez is known as an outstanding artist, a dedicated student, the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) commander, and leader of the JROTC Color Guard.

Outside of school, Delia is a loving daughter, loyal sister, protective aunt, supportive girlfriend, and trustworthy babysitter. However, people who know her may not realize that she has also been recognized as a lifesaver.

On the night of Oct 9, 2020, Delia Chavez saved her nephew&rsquos life. Delia was babysitting her 18-month old nephew, Noah Cortes, when he woke up from a nap choking. It was obvious to Delia that Noah was struggling to breathe. Right away Delia called 911 and explained the situation to the dispatcher.

During the time that Delia was talking with the dispatcher, Noah quit breathing. The dispatcher told Delia to begin CPR. Recalling the training she had been given as a freshman in high school, Delia began to administer CPR to her nephew. In doing so, Delia forced Noah to vomit. When Noah began to cry, Delia knew her efforts were successful. Shortly after Noah began to breathe an emergency medical team and an ambulance arrived at Delia&rsquos home. The medical team praised Delia&rsquos efforts and told her that her quick actions saved her nephew&rsquos life. As a precaution, the medical team took Noah to the hospital.

Recently, Dale Harold and Justin Jarrell of Surry County Emergency Services, presented Delia with the Surry County Citizen Life Saver certificate. Recently, the Air Force recognized her heroism as well, presenting her with the Air Force JROTC Silver Valor Award for a selfless act of heroism.

According to one of Delia&rsquos JROTC instructors, Master Sergeant Greg McCormick, &ldquothe Silver Valor Award is the second-highest ribbon that an AF JROTC cadet can earn and one that is rarely awarded. It has been an honor to see Delia grow into a great leader and hero.&rdquo

&ldquoDelia is an incredibly talented art student and winner of several school-level art competition awards, but I did not know she saved someone&rsquos life,&rdquo said Stephanie Miller, Delia&rsquos art teacher. &ldquoOur entire school is proud of her.&rdquo


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