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FIFE, WA (CNN) - Here's proof that heroes come in all sizes. Middle school students in Washington state managed to stop a school bus after their driver slumped over behind the wheel.
The heroics were caught on a surveillance camera from inside the bus.
Jeremy Wuitschick, 13, leaped into action when the bus driver appeared to have a medical emergency and the bus was headed straight for a church. The bus driver fainted and Wuitschick was able to stop the bus by pulling the keys from the ignition.
Another student trained in CPR also helped the driver.