Chick-Fil-A Manager Reportedly Jumps Through Drive-Through Window to Save Choking Child

Chick-Fil-A Manager Reportedly Jumps Through Drive Through Window to Save Choking Child
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Logan Simmons didn’t hesitate when he saw a 6-year-old boy choking in the drive-through at Chick-fil-A.

According to CNN, security cameras at the restaurant’s Flowery Branch, Georgia location caught the 19-year-old manager leaping through the small drive-through window when he noticed the boy choking in the back seat of a car. 

"I'm just so thankful everyone is OK," Simmons said in a statement from 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."

Simmons told CNN that once he got to the vehicle, he saw the boy’s seat belt wrapped around his neck. That’s when he took out his pocket knife, snipped the belt, and freed the child.

"Everyone's been cheering and shouting my name and asking me to come sit with them and stuff," Simmons said.


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