McDonald's Worker Jumps Through Drive-Thru In Attempt To Save Woman's Life

McDonald's Worker Jumps Through Drive-Thru In Attempt To Save Woman's Life

McDonald's Worker Jumps Through Drive-Thru In Attempt To Save Woman's Life

Pedro Viloria, 22, was working Tuesday morning at the McDonald's in Doral, Florida. Apparently she suffered a medical emergency and her foot came off the brake. As he was about to hand the woman her food, she become unconscious, her foot easing off the brake, which caused the auto to move forward.

"I've got to do something because she's going to crash", he said. "If I needed to die to save that woman, I would have done it".

Surveillance footage shows the employee, Pedro Viloria, spring into action when the customer's vehicle starts to roll away, eventually hitting a median. He was serving breakfast to a woman and her two kids, when he noticed something unusual.

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The vehicle began moving forward and that's when Viloria sprung into action.

Viloria said he told the kids to call 911 right away.

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McDonald's released a statement praising their employee for his quick and fearless response to the emergency.

Inside the restaurant at the same time there was an off-duty Miami-Dade Fire Rescue officer.

"First and foremost, our thoughts and prayers are with the officer and her family during this hard time", McDonald's wrote.

What he didn't know at the time was who he was helping.

According to the Miami-Dade County Police Department, the female police officer was revived and was transported to the local hospital.

"He is an excellent employee, so it didn't surprise me that he took immediate action and jumped through a window to help save this woman", he said in a statement.

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