HALL COUNTY, Ga. The Atlanta-based chick-worker is credited as a hero after he jumped out of the window passing through the rescue deck of a six-year-old boy on Tuesday.
"And I'm still shocked that all this has happened," said Logan Simmons, an employee who saved the boy. "I just jumped out the window and ran straight to the car."
The chick watch video shows how Simmons is pulling through the window running through the drive to try to save the dying child.
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"I think this was the fastest option, it was there, and I saw another car," he said.
Outside the restaurant, Simmons jumped into the baby car in the trailer and found the mother of the boy asking for help. Her son's safety belt was somehow groaning around his neck.
"You could see that it was red and that it lost its pigmentation," Simmons said.
Logan pulled out that pocket knot, freed the boy and prevented any tragedy.
"I'm surprised he did not panic, like his mother, I'd be ashamed, I'd run around and go, my God, what can we do?" "Said Simmons mother, Teri.
Only an hour later, the mother of the boy called Simmons and thanked him for saving her son.
"I feel like a hero."
Asked if he thinks he could get an elevation now when the hero said he could mention it to his bosses.