Whatever teachers get paid, this clip shows it's just not enough. According to 'Today,' a Texas seventh-grader stopped breathing but was saved by two quick-thinking teachers.

On Sept. 26, 12-year-old Kylee Shea collapsed in the middle of a school hallway with a heart arrhythmia. Thankfully, teachers Kristen Goodgion and Brent Reese rushed to her aid. While one performed CPR, the other jump-started Shea's heart with a defibrillator, bringing her back to life.

According to doctors, Shea would've almost certainly died or suffered brain damage without their quick response. Watch two teachers spring into action to save a student's life below.

[via Today]