Logan Simmons was working the drive through at the Chick-fil-A restaurant he worked at. He didn’t have a clue this would happen that day, but he was asked to save a life.
Suddenly a woman rushed up asking for help, her son she said was choking in the back seat of the car. Simmons dove through the drive through window and ran out to the woman’s car.
When he arrived, he found a six-year-old boy tangled up in the seat belt and choking. Simmons used his pocket knife in his pocket to cut the child free, and thus save the child’s life.
Simmons said the quickest way he could think of for him to get to the boy was to dive out the drive through window.
“You could see he was turning red and losing pigmentation in his face,’ Simmons said.”
Simmons’ mother, Teri Simmons, said that when her son returned home from work that day, he didn’t make a big deal out of his heroics, instead waited a few hours before revealing that he saved the child’s life.
‘I’m amazed he didn’t panic,’ Teri told WSBTV. ‘As his mother, I would have panicked. I’d be running around going, “Oh my gosh! What do we do?”‘
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