High Risk Taco Bell Employee Saves A Man By Giving Him CPR
37-year-old Sonja Nixon Frazier is a high risk individual for COVID-19 with a lung disease. However, that didn't stop her from giving a man CPR and saving his life when he came through the Taco Bell drive-thru.
CNN reports that it all went down on August 12 at a Taco Bell in Tennessee. Sonja was working a shift that she normally doesn't, and it turns out that it was meant to be.
The man was slumped over behind the wheel of his car in the drive thru and employees immediately knew something was wrong, according to CNN. They pulled him out of the car and Sonja began CPR after checking his vitals. She performed CPR for nearly eleven minutes before EMTs showed up and took over.
How did Sonja know what to do? Well, it turns out that she was a home healthcare worker before she began working for Taco Bell.