Carl's Jr. Employee Saves Woman Shot In YouTube Attack By Making A Tourniquet From A Bungee Cord
April 6, 2018
A quick-thinking Carl's Jr. employee helped save a woman's life who had been shot at YouTube's headquarters in San Bruno, California on Tuesday.
Michael Finney, 21, says he was taking a bathroom break just after lunch when he heard gunshots at the YouTube campus across the street.
When he emerged from the bathroom, a woman who was heavily bleeding from the leg was being helped into the restaurant by two friends.
Finney rushed over and tried to help stop the bleeding with the woman's sweatshirt, but it wasn't helping. So he ran into the restaurant's office and found a green bungee cord which he used to make a tourniquet. He stayed with the woman until paramedics arrived.
"I really don't want to talk about it, all I was trying to do was stay professional, you know I have a job and I represent the store," Finney told USA Today.
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