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The quick-thinking TSA officer in Alaska, is credited with the saving of a very special person to order their at the Juneau International Airport.
On Wednesday, Brenda Irizarry, the lead transportation security officer at the airport, was on duty in the vicinity of, the airside departure lounge and co-worker Jessie, catherine Ashton, marked to the bottom in order to help with the emergency situation. Irizarry rushed over and performed the Heimlich maneuver, ultimately, comes off as a grape, as the wife of the trachea. Ashton, meanwhile, had made contact with the paramedics.
Brenda Irizarry, the lead transportation security officer at the airport, rushed over to perform the Heimlich on a 26-year-old passenger.
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“Brenda’s quick action saved my daughter’s] in certain of the hospital while waiting for Alaska Airlines,” was the wife of the father, stated in a report that is shared with the TSA.
“[My daughter] had had a large grape, and it is a warning, another waiting passenger, ran the TSA for assistance. Brenda, after a couple of attempts using the Heimlich Maneuver, gave the grapes to pop out, to the first floor of the terminal building,” he continued. “God bless you, Brenda, thank you.”
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The passenger and his / her family were reportedly on their way to a wedding in southern California, according to the Juneau Empire. The group was able to continue on with their journey after the incident.
As a fellow security guard has been praised for both Irizarry and catherine Ashton, calling their actions ” heroic.”
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“In such a short period of time, I have had the privilege of working shoulder-to-shoulder with many of the heroes that are far, far beyond the call of duty to protect the public’s help during a critical time of need,” said Alaska Assistant to the Federal Director, Dave McDermott. “I’m very, very proud of Irizarry’s life-saving actions, and of catherine Ashton’s leadership, the love of her cool in the face of a medical emergency; your actions are a testament to the TSA, and all of the Team in Alaska.”