If your restaurant specializes in food like this, should you be legally REQUIRED to have staff members learn CPR? A 16-year-old named Austin Goddard recently got a summer job washing dishes at a Skyline Chili restaurant in Cincinnati.
If you’ve never been to one, their signature dish is a big plate of spaghetti, topped with a ton of chili and a huge mound of cheese.
Austin’s mom works there, and she’d been bringing him in with her. So they decided to hire him last month too. And it’s a good thing they did.
Because on his second day, he was out bussing tables in the dining area when a 74-year-old customer COLLAPSED.
Luckily, Austin’s school made all the 10th graders get certified in CPR last year. So he ran over . . . started doing chest compressions . . . and SAVED the guy.
We don’t know his last name, but his first name is Larry. He sent Austin a photo from the hospital the next day that showed him sitting up in bed . . . eating MORE food from Skyline. Hopefully his doctors gave him the green light on that.
He had someone bring the photo to Austin at work, and wrote a note on it thanking him for saving his life. (WKRC)