Twenty-two year-old Pedro Vilora was working the graveyard shift at a McDonald’s Tuesday night when he noticed the woman he was serving had trouble breathing.
After she rolled past his drive-thru area, Viloria jumped out of the small window and immediately tended to the woman, who happened to be an off-duty Miami-Dade police officer.
“I thought immediately that something’s going on with that woman right now and I gotta do something,” Viloria said.
Viloria managed to get in front of the car and get it to stop. “I never panicked. I never panicked at all. My brain was on hero mode, totally,” Viloria said.
Paramedics were able to revive the woman. She was eventually taken to Kendall Regional Hospital and is expected to be fine.
Surveillance footage of Viloria taking action and his account of the woman’s heroic rescue can be seen below:
H/T: The New York Post
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