Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

McDonald's Drive-Thru Cashier Ended Up Saving Police Officer's Life.

Odd Jobs

Odd Jobs

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Older families in the neighborhood hired Viloria to do odd jobs such as cleaning carpets, washing dishes, and walking dogs. This earned him a couple of bucks. So, he decided to treat his siblings. His mother didn’t approve. “Don’t waste your money,” she said. But Viloria was hard-headed. What’s more, he invited her to join them on her only day off. No one had any idea that this day was going to have some serious repercussions a couple of days later.

Opportunity Knocks

Opportunity Knocks

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After playing some gutter ball and two rounds of bowling, Viloria took his family to McDonalds to get some Happy Meals and some ice cream. While they were there, he noticed a “help wanted” sign. So, the next day, he gave them all of his information. They offered a couple of hours and it paid higher than minimum wage. He just had to wait for their call. He never imagined he would become one of their best employees.

He Made An Impression

He Made An Impression

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Viloria’s positive attitude impressed the management team. So, he was offered a job right away and started his training the very next day. He struggled to find a flow between the cash register, milkshake machines, placing orders and packing. Fortunately, his team was patient with him. Best of all, they were well aware of his predicament and wanted to give him as much help as possible. But no one expected him to help a customer the way he did.

Rush Hour

Rush Hour

Viloria had to adjust to the early 5 a.m. shifts. He tucked his siblings into bed because his mother was at work. Then, he would go to sleep. Knowing that his family wouldn’t have to sacrifice anything for him to go to college made him very happy. Each person he served, even the floors he mopped brought him closer to achieving his ultimate goal. Then, a family pulled up to his window right in the middle of morning rush-hour. That’s when he noticed the woman driver.

Jumped Into Action

Jumped Into Action

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The two young kids screamed from their seat: “Mother, mother! Stop it! Mother, what are you doing?” Viloria expected the car to stop at the window. It didn’t. It kept on moving forward. The woman’s eyes were closed, and nothing her kids did woke her up. Viloria left their order on the counter, and then jumped into action.

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