Teen fast food worker uses CPR to save toddler

- A high school CPR class and the quick reactions of a Pal’s Sudden Service worker were credited with saving the life of a toddler in Bristol, Tennessee, on Tuesday, February 28.

A security camera captured footage of a Pal’s customer rushing to the counter at the fast food chain’s Volunteer Parkway after her son stopped breathing.

Kaela Eads, 18, started to administer CPR and was able to keep the boy alive until the paramedics arrived at the scene.

“The difference between that blank stare in his eyes to seeing him up in bed watching cartoons is a miracle and I feel like I was put there for a purpose,” said Eads, in a statement released by Pal’s after the recent high school graduate visited the family in hospital.

Up Next:

Up Next

  • Teen fast food worker uses CPR to save toddler
  • Mystery of green drinking water in Louisiana parish solved
  • Soon-to-be parents learn baby's gender with help from Myrtle Beach SkyWheel
  • What is a 'dotard'? Searches of the term spike following Kim Jong Un's statement about Trump
  • Raccoon hitches ride on police cruiser hood
  • Tim Tebow brings meals, smiles to Irma victims
  • Palm trees catch fire at CA country club
  • Earthquakes: What causes them, and why they're so destructive
  • Soldier returns from Iraq to surprise twin sisters at Virginia high school
  • High school security officer's football game cheer goes viral