A hero scaffolder leaped off his tower to save a toddler’s life by giving her a good whack on the back when she choked on a 2p coin. Lewis Everson hit the infant so hard he left a hand print on her back – but the tot’s panic-stricken mum was “so thankful” for the hero labourer’s quick-thinking. Jordane Hersey had come running out of her block of flats screaming for help while carrying two-year-old Isabelle Hill. The little girl was close to death having swallowed a coin in the kitchen and the sight of her struggling for breath brought back terrible memories of the death of a child six years previous. Ms Hersey, of Plymouth, Devon, told Plymouth Live : “I lost a son at 17 months old six years ago and it brought it all back.” The mum had tried whacking her tot’s back herself but to no avail and, when neither she nor her older child could find her phone, panic set in and she ran to her door screaming for help. Mr Everson sprang into action and his brute strength, developed over years of putting up and taking down scaffolding towers, managed to dislodge the coin from… Read full this story
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