Wawa employee saves life of customer in need: 'There's a girl having a seizure in the bathroom'



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"It was a pretty normal day for a 16-hour shift," said Wawa employee John Wallop.

Wallop, 19, says he loves to work. He is especially enjoying his job behind the deli counter at Wawa on the corner of West Main and Sharp Streets in Millville, New Jersey. It puts money in his pocket while he finishes his senior year of high school.

But the particular double shift he worked on December 17, 2021, called for more work than he was used to.

"I was pretty tired," he said. "I was working on making sandwiches and two strangers ran up to me like, 'Hey, hey, there's a girl having a seizure in the bathroom.'"

Wallop, a fan of taking action and helping others, ran into the restroom to find a woman who was not breathing. Without hesitation, he implemented a CPR technique that he learned several years ago under the tutelage of his grandmother.
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