Fast food worker saves toddler with CPR learnt in school elective

Fast food worker saves toddler with CPR learnt in school elective

A fast food employee successfully saved a toddler’s life because she knew CPR.A customer’s son stopped breathing in a drive through in Bristol, Tennessee. 18-year-old Kaela Eads had taken CPR as an elective in high school.The teenager managed to restart his breathing before paramedics arrived.The boy was taken to hospital and is recovering well. Mar 4, 2017