PENSACOLA, Fla. (WKRG) — Four-year-old Audi Anderson choked on a meatball at Sherwood Elementary School and died four days later. Now his mother Lindsay Hall is pushing for schools to use a device called a Lifevac.
She says it could have saved her son.
“It’s just every day,” Hall said. Reminders of him and just waking up and thinking about him.
Hall says the device is easy to use.
“It’s definitely something that I know that I can use and I know if anybody else, who has some intelligence, knows you put this on your face and you suck it out,” Hall said. “That way you don’t have to do anything and you don’t have to worry about hurting somebody and you don’t have to worry.”