A 22-year-old manager from Chick-fil-A is called a hero after his quick actions saved a man's life after the customer collapsed in the fast food restaurant's car park Chick-Fil-A in Chula Vista , California, worked on the thoroughfare at around 8:30 pm Last Wednesday, he noticed someone unconscious next to a car in his parking lot. Nenguke, who wants to visit the Nursing School, ran to the man and his group of friends and started performing CPR.
A security camera caught Nenguke, who ran to the man who fell into a cardiac arrest. "[The man] did not breathe or breath, his eyes were twisted behind his head, I know this guy was down, I did not know how long I had started with the compression of the chest right now," he told KGTV.
Nenguke taught the man's friends how to do chest compressions so they could alternate until paramedics arrived. The paramedics attribute to Nenguke the rescue of the man. "That was the place God put me in this moment," he said.
"I did not hesitate, I knew this was the place God put me at this time," he said. "To be honest, that was a really big vocation to be in the healthcare business because it was as if instinct had taken the lead." his customers. Daryl Howard, who runs a chick-fil-A in Maryland, helped a 96-year-old man change his flat tire after the World War II veteran barely made it to the parking lot in July.
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