16 March, 2017
A McDonald's employee in Florida is being called a hero after he jumped through the drive-thru window to save the life of an off-duty police officer who had lost consciousness as her kids were sitting in the back of the vehicle.
Surveillance video shows the SUV narrowly missing another vehicle before hitting a curb.
An off-duty police officer drove up to the window at this fast food restaurant with her two children in the backseat.
"Her kids were screaming, 'Mother, mother, stop it - mother, what are you doing?'" Viloria told WFOR. He says she became unconscious and her foot slipped off the brake.
"I never panicked. I never panicked at all".
A McDonald's employee from South Florida said his brain went into "hero mode" when he noticed a woman was barely breathing at the wheel on Tuesday.
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"I see she's like inflating her neck, like trying to breathe, like 'ahh, ' and basically I thought something was going wrong", he said.
The still-unnamed officer was rushed to the hospital; her condition remains unknown.
"She's alive and that's enough, if I had to die to save that woman I would have", Viloria said. It's unclear what the medical emergency was.
Surveillance footage shows the auto missing another vehicle before hitting a curb.
Viloria said the first responders performed CPR on the woman, and with the use of an automated external defibrillator machine brought by a Doral police officer, they were able to revive the woman. Amazingly, an off-duty Miami-Dade Fire Rescue member walked in for breakfast a few moments later and, along with his partner, jumped in to help.
McDonald's praised their employee for his quick thinking in rescuing the officer.