From NBC Washington

A beer vendor at the Nationals ballpark is credited with helping to save a boy’s life during a game last week.

Emmanuel Marlow was making the rounds in the stands last Thursday, when he noticed a boy coughing and turning blue.

Marlow was the first to act. He had taken a course in CPR training, so he knew what to do.

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“Everyone was panicked and didn’t know what to do,” said Barlow. “I went over and give him the Heimlich and piece of chicken came out of his throat.”

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The teenager was taken to the first aid station at the ballpark for an evaluation. He made a full recovery.

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