GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WZZM) -- Three Union High School juniors had an eventful Thursday night. They ride the Rapid bus, usually getting home about 9 p.m. after basketball practice. Thursday night, they didn't get home until 11.
On the transfer bus at Grand Central Station, they noticed a young woman passenger who didn't look right.
"She was breathing kind of funny, she was moving a little funny," said one of the boys, Kedron Davis.
It appears she may have been having a diabetic attack. A chocolate bar student Sergio Diaz gave her helped a bit, but she was still struggling.
"When our stop came up, something just didn't feel right," Diaz said, "so I asked her if she needed help getting home. She shook her head 'yeah.'"