HALL COUNTY, Ga. – Saving lives is not part of the Chick-fil-A job description. But that didn’t stop one Georgia teen when he saw a 6-year-old boy choking in the drive-thru this week.
Now, manager Logan Simmons is being called a hero — and rightfully so. Surveillance video from the Flowery Branch Chick-fil-A shows Simmons, 19, climbing through the window and running to the car where the boy was in the back seat. Simmons said that once he got to the car, he saw that the boy’s seat belt was tangled around his neck. So Simmons used his pocketknife to cut the boy free, saving his life.
“I’m just so thankful everyone is okay,” Simmons said in a statement provided by the restaurant chain. “As soon as I realized what was going on, all I could think about was getting to the car as quickly as possible, so I jumped through the window. I’m still a little shocked by what happened but am grateful I was able to help.” He told CNN that he had received an outpouring of support from the community.
“Everyone’s been cheering and shouting my name and asking me to come to sit with them and stuff,” Simmons said Friday. He added that people have been making special trips to the local Chick-fil-A to talk to him while working.
“It’s been really nice,” he said.
And no, he said, Chick-fil-A did not formally train him how to save anyone’s life. He said he thinks he can handle a high amount of stress, and at the moment, his instincts kicked in and spurred him to action. Here the 4 Secrets of Fast Foods: Eating “On-The-Go” & Not Gaining Weight. The success of a weight loss plan is to accept that, by the circumstance of time, location, or even money, one might end up in a fast-food restaurant or having to eat while driving in their car. However, just because one has to eat “on the go” does not mean your weight loss must be disrupted. The secret is like eating anywhere is to have a plan. In this case, it’s easier to remember what you should not have rather than the best choices. Here is the short list of what you should try to avoid: It’s as simple as can be, and if you examine it closely, it really works. I use a simple acronym: F.A.S.T. to point to the nasty drinks and foods.
The Perfect World:
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