Texas Supreme Court Justice Don Willett has another skill in addition to Twitter and appellate decision writing — he knows the Heimlich maneuver and used it at an Austin Chick-fil-A restaurant to help save a fellow diner from choking.

Willett, whose nomination to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit is currently pending before U.S. Senate, was dining inside a Chick-fil-A on Tuesday when he noticed a fellow customer start performing the Heimlich maneuver on Danny Martinez, an Austin father who was dining with his daughter.

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