I have a neighbor who is a big lady. I'd guess about 320 pounds. Her daughter came running to my place and said they needed help with her Mom. She had suffered some kind of seizure (she's diabetic) and was upper torso across the bathtub and it was basically choking her. Imagine 320 pounds of dead weight pressing a throat across the bathtub. I got her other daughter to pull her head away while I called 911. Why they didn't do that before they came for me I will never know. What if I had not been home? 911 operator tells me I have to get this woman on her back. 320 pounds of dead weight, partially on or in a bathtub and I have to get her to the floor and then turn her 180 degrees in about a 3 foot wide space. When I was in my 20's or 30's no sweat. I bench over 300 but dead weight is different. So I lift her upper torso off the tub and tell her daughters to pull her by her legs off the tub. They couldn't budge her. I thought I was going to break this woman's back wrenching her off the tub. Then she is face down and making gurgling noises. I had to turn her up against the wall. Her weight was basically crushing her right arm behind her back. So I had to stand up and pulling on her left arm, lift her upper body off the right arm so her daughter could pull it out. Then I had to hold her airway open. I was sweating all over this poor woman. It was literally dripping off of me. The Fire Department finally arrived and took over. My back between my shoulder blades feels like it used to when we had to stack hay bales on the ranch. I hope she makes it. They had a tube in and she was on oxygen when they left her but she ever did respond to stimulus of any kind. Her name is Toni if anyone wants to say a prayer for her or her kids. They are 19 and 13.