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Ballwin, Mo (KSDK) -- AParkway School Districtstudent got to thank the two people who helped save his life.

Southwest Middle School student Chandler Davis, a.k.a. Warrior,had a severe asthma attack at his home on January 19. The family lives in a 102-year-old home on an unmarked road, so the ambulance had trouble finding where they were located. Davis' dad rushed him to the police substation while Davis' older brother continued CPR.

An officer at the substation took over CPR until the ambulance arrived.

Davis was treated at St. Claire Hospital and then flown in a Life Flight helicopter to Cardinal Glennon.

After a few days in the hospital, Davis was sent home and said he wanted to meet the police officer who saved his life.

Davis got his wish on Monday morning when a helicopter landed at Southwest Middle. Davis got to sit in the helicopter and meet the St. Louis County police officers who helped save his life.

Davisis back in school and doing well.

The family needs to make repairs to their home to make it a safe place for Davis to live. A trivia night and silent auction will be held at Andre's Banquet Center at 4254 Telegraph Road on April 28from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Dinner and open bar are included. It costs $250 for a table of 10 or $25 per person. For more information about registering, visittheDavis Trivia Night website.

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