He’s a life saver
I WAS driving towards Belyuen Aboriginal community last week in my truck doing deliveries for them.
I grabbed a drink of coke, instead of drinking it the drink went down my windpipe.
This caused me to gasp for air and I couldn’t breathe.
A car came passed me ... I tooted and flashed my lights at it. The car stopped and the driver came to me.
I couldn’t talk because of lack of air, so I just pointed to my back. He thumped my back making me gain air again.
This man was a life saver and I didn’t even get his name.
I want to thank him for saving my life. He lives at Wagait Beach. Lyall Bennie