Starr's Mill senior acts fast, saves friend from choking
Just over two weeks ago, Starr’s Mill senior Evan Schmalenberger was chatting with a friend at lunch when he felt someone hitting on his arm.
At first he ignored the distraction before turning to see classmate Devohn Walton, in severe distress.
Walton’s hands were around his neck making the universal choking gesture.
“Everybody was just literally sitting there staring, not even moving,” Evan recalled. “His veins were bulging out of his head and neck.”
Walton remained seated as Schmalenberger, a lacrosse player, went behind him and summoned knowledge from ninth grade health class. Read More»