Incredible moment heroic teenager Chick-fil-A employee jumps out of drive-thru window to save a boy choking on a seat belt in the customer's car
- Logan Simmons worked on a Chick-fil-A Wednesday when a woman rushed for help
- Simmons jumped out of the window and ran to the woman's car
- A six-year-old was somehow confused and choked on his inner belt
- Simmons used his pocket knife to cut the safety belt away from the boy
- He said jumping out of the drive thru was the quickest way to help the boy
A Georgia Chick-fil-A employee is praised as a hero after jumping out of the drive-thru window to save a boy choking in a nearby car.
Teenager Logan Simmons, from Hall County, Georgia, worked on the window of the Flowery Branch Chick-fil-A on Wednesday morning when a woman stopped in her car and said her six-year-old son was choking on his seat belt.
Surveillance video obtained by WSBTV, shows the moment when Simmons rushes out of the window and rolls out to help the fighting child.
Teenager Logan Simmons can be seen jumping out of a Georgia Chick-fil-A & # 39; s drive-thru window after a woman stopped begging for help for her son
Simmons ran to the car, where he found the woman's six-year-old son, who somehow choked on the seat belt. He used his pocket knife to cut the boy loose and save his life
Simmons seems to show extra footage of the drive-thru line, obtained by Fox News, in the woman's car when she is at the door. After a few moments, Simmons leaves the car and returns to the restaurant while the woman sits in the driver's seat.
Simmons told WSBTV that breaking out the ride & # 39; was the fastest option & # 39; and when he arrived at the car, he saw that the boy's safety belt had somehow been confused around his neck.
& # 39; You could see he turned red and lost pigment in his face, & # 39; said Simmons.
Simmons used a pocket knife that he had with him to chop the boy out of the seat belt, probably to save the child's life.
Simmons said that jumping out the window gate was the quickest way to help the boy
The boy's mother called Simmons an hour later to thank him for his help. Simmons said he was still in shock about the incident
The incident occurred on Wednesday at this Chick-fil-A in Flowery Branch, Georgia
The boy's mother would have called Simmons about an hour after the incident to thank him for his quick action.
The mother of Simmons, Teri Simmons, said that when her son came home from work that day, he didn't make a big deal with his exploits, instead waited a few hours before revealing that he had saved the child's life.
& # 39; I'm surprised he didn't panic, & # 39; Teri told the WSBTV. & # 39; Like his mother, I had panicked. I would run around, "Oh my god, what are we doing?"
Despite his nonchalance immediately after the fact, Simmons admitted that I really feel like a hero & # 39; and said that he & # 39; himself is still shocked that this has all happened & # 39 ;.
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