Burger King Employees Honored for Saving Customer's Life

Two women called 911 and performed CPR on a Michigan man who had gone into cardiac arrest.
1:02 | 04/17/14

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To Burger -- workers are being recognized in Flint, Michigan and it has nothing to do with making great French Fries. Lydia Rodriguez was working the drive through went 46 year old Howard turner junior drove up. But he didn't place an order he actually suffered a heart attack right there Rodriguez and coworker Kelsey filed -- ran out and -- turner out of his car. -- perform CPR while her co worker called 911. When we first got there. In this very chaotic she's headed it home and -- very seldom seen. Turner was taken to the hospital while the two girls waited anxiously at work the paramedics came back in his -- relief that he was cocaine use at a hospital in. And -- -- you know really Denton -- -- awesome you know about more relaxed I finished my shift. The lifesaving duo has received an award for their quick thinking while Valdez was also awarded a scholarship so she can fulfill her dream of becoming. A professional paramedics.

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