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The ‘real hero’: Mother thanks to Aer Lingus is a member of the crew helped her child during a choking incident

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A mother in Ireland is the credit of the crew of an Aer Lingus flight to help in the aftermath of a traumatic event, in which her young daughter was “nearly choked to death” on a chip.

On Saturday, Lisa Murray fly between Dublin and Izmir, in Turkey, with her 23-month-old daughter, Miley Rose Spillane. About two hours into the flight, Miley began to choke and even “turned blue” – after getting a Pringle in her throat.

“Tonight, I have [witnessed] by a child almost taken from her when she nearly choked to death,” Murray wrote on Facebook on Saturday.

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Murray went on to claim that Miley was close to losing consciousness, and at that moment she tried to administer the Heimlich maneuver.

“I was in a panic and screaming, Murray wrote, adding that the “whole plane was in a panic” before Miley managed to cough up the obstruction.

Murray says that the incident gave her the “fright of her life,” but went on to say that the Aer Lingus crew knew to help, and even a sense of calm to the plane after this heavy trial.

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“From the bottom of my heart I want to thank [Aer Lingus] staff and customer service,” she wrote on Facebook. “Specifically, this girl Chloe.”

Lisa Murray says she plans to Chloe Stapleton Moore a gift to thank her for her help.
(Lisa Murray/Facebook)

Murray also shares a photo of Chloe holding Miley in the aisle of the plane.

“This girl calmed the plane down and took Miley under her wing when she one of her own. So professional so everyone is comfortable and able to enjoy [the] flight,” Murray wrote.

The grateful mother later confirmed the identity of the member of the crew, the telling of the Dublin Live her name is Chloe Stapleton Moore. She also wrote on Facebook that she wants for the purchase of a gift card for Moore as a thank-you gesture for her actions.

Moore, also took to Facebook on Sunday to share Murray’s original Facebook post, along with a new caption: “It’s not always about chicken or beef people.”

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Murray and Miley are currently enjoying their holiday in Turkey. They are also called Moore a “hero” in one of her most recent social media posts.

A representative of Aer Lingus was not immediately available for comment for Fox News.

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