Burger King Drive-thru Worker Saves Diabetic's Life

A Texas woman is crediting a Burger King drive-thru worker with saving her life. Rebecca Boening's blood sugar dropped dangerously low while driving along a stretch of Interstate 40, so she quickly pulled into Burger King's drive-thru to get something to eat. As she drove up to order she could barely speak, but managed to blurt out that she's diabetic. That's when Burger King employee Tina Hardy sprang into action, running toward the car with a small serving of ice cream. But that’s not all -- after Boening paid for her meal, Hardy told her to stay parked in the Burger King lot, where she would be able to "keep an eye" on her until she felt better.


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