An eight year old boy from Hazleton has credited WWE icon John Cena as the saver of his sister’s life.
EIGHT YEAR OLD JAXSON DEMSEY CREDITED JOHN CENA AS THE INSPIRATION BEHIND HIS HEROICS
Last week, the eight year old Jaxson Demsey noticed that his twenty month old younger sister Leila was choking on a chicken nugget. His father was driving at the moment when he noticed his sister’s condition. He asked his father to stop driving the car and started to pat on his sister’s back, leading to the nugget eventuality getting out.
“We were driving to my haircut, and I noticed she was starting to choke from a chicken nugget from McDonald’s. I told my dad to pull over. Then I was starting to pat on her back, and it got out,” Jaxson said.
The boy credits John Cena, WWE’s franchise player even a few years ago, and currently a Hollywood actor on the rise, as his inspiration behind the pats in the back. He watched a show named The Substitutes, and in one of the episodes, John Cena appeared and amongst other activities, showed the viewers how to save a choking person.
“It’s called The Substitutes on Nickelodeon, and in the very first episode, John Cena was on it, and in the last part, he showed how to save someone when they’re choking,” he said.
HIS FATHER WAS EXPECTEDLY PLEASED BY HIS SON’S ACTION
Jaxson’s father, Matt Demsey, praised his son for being a good big brother to Leila. He reiterated that he was blessed to have a son who amazed him everyday and who had the tendency to help his family and his friends.
Matt Demsey also credited his son for saving the life of the toddler, narrating the gravity of the situation. He could not hear her as she was not panicking nor coughing. The air was simply not going in, leading her to choke. Without Jaxson displaying the quickness of his mind, it would have been difficult to save Leila.
“If I was by myself and Jaxson wasn’t with me, and I stopped and gave her a chicken nugget, I couldn’t hear her because she was choking. She wasn’t coughing; she wasn’t panicking. She just had no air going through; she wasn’t breathing,” he said.