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Tauya Nenguke, 22, (photo) worked as a team leader at a Chick-fil-A drive thru in Chula Vista, California when the incident occurred

& # 39; God has placed me there & # 39 ;: Chick-fil-A drive-thru employee, 22, is praised for a hero after saving the life of a 20-year-old man by performing CPR in the parking garage when he got a cardiac arrest

  • Chick-fil-A employee greeted a hero for running to help the man with heart problems
  • Tauya Nenguke was working when he noticed something was wrong in the parking garage
  • He ran outside to find the unconscious man and friends at the loss of what he had to do
  • He started performing CPR on the man until paramedics appeared on the scene
  • Emergency services said that without the actions of Nenguke the man could have died
  • Nenguke said incident confirmed to him that he wants to go to nursing school
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A Chick-fil-A employee has been hailed as a hero for saving the life of a man in a hurry to give him CPR in the drive-thru parking lot.

Tauya Nenguke, 22, worked as a team leader at Chick-fil-A Eastlake Terraces drive-thru in Chula Vista, California when he noticed commotion.

He gave his iPad for orders to one of his colleagues and sprinted across the parking lot to find a man who had heart problems and needed urgent medical help.

Tauya Nenguke, 22, (photo) worked as a team leader at a Chick-fil-A drive thru in Chula Vista, California when the incident occurred

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Tauya Nenguke, 22, (photo) worked as a team leader at a Chick-fil-A drive thru in Chula Vista, California when the incident occurred

Tauya Nenguke, 22, worked as a team leader at a Chick-fil-A drive thru in Chula Vista, California (photo) when the incident occurred

Tauya Nenguke, 22, worked as a team leader at a Chick-fil-A drive thru in Chula Vista, California (photo) when the incident occurred

Tauya Nenguke, 22, worked as a team leader at a Chick-fil-A drive thru in Chula Vista, California (photo) when the incident occurred

His panic friends stood around the unconscious man, not sure how to help.

According to the statement from Chick-fil-A Eastlake Terraces, Nenguket has control over the situation and began resuscitating the unresponsive man while instructing someone to call 911.

The employee knew what to do in the situation thanks to his ambitions to go to nursing school and his kindergarten classes.

& # 39; (The man) wasn't breathing or anything, his eyes were rolling behind his head, I know this man was out. I didn't know how long I immediately started breast compression, & # 39; Nenguke said KGTV.

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& # 39; There was no hesitation on my part. I knew that was where God then placed me. & # 39;

He showed one of the man's friends how the compressions were to be performed and the two of them took turns alternating to save the man's life until paramedics arrived.

Paramedics treated the man on the spot and he survived the incident.

& # 39; The EMT stated that if it wasn't for his quick action, this young man might not have survived, & # 39; said the statement.

& # 39; Tauya has made us proud of his prompt action and willingness to help someone in need and say the incident was a confirmation of his calling to become an RN! & # 39;

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Nenguke is now planning to register for a nursing program and start taking lessons early next year.

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