Heroes aren’t born, they are made. They are forged in the moments when someone is unsure how a precious situation will play out, but takes action anyways. In this sense, a quick-thinking Chick-Fil-A worker is a hero. Had he not acted as he did, a 6-year-old boy might have died.
GoodNewsNetwork reports that Logan Simmons, a worker at a Chick-Fil-A in Hall County, Georgia, was working a shift when a distressed mother started calling for help from the drive-thru lane. The woman was sitting in the driver’s seat and was trying to reach her 6-year-old son. Somehow, he had gotten the seatbelt wrapped around his neck — and his face was turning purple.
Wasting no time, Logan leapt through the drive thru window and rushed over to the woman’s car. He then climbed into the vehicle and his his pocketknife to cut the boy free from the seatbelt. As you might imagine, the mother was overcome with gratitude.
Simmons’s mother was also pleased by her son’s heroism. She told WSB-TV: “I’m amazed he didn’t panic. As his mother, I would have panicked. I’d be running around going, ‘Oh my gosh! What do we do?’”
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Like a number of other real-life heroes, Logan says he is just happy that he was in the right place at the right time.
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