Wendy's workers save girl having seizure in Toms River

Employees at a Wendy's in Toms River helped save a teenager who was having a seizure.



Alison Elias is crediting two workers at the fast-food restaurant's Route 37 location with saving her daughter's life. The 14-year-old, Hannah, was suffering from an epileptic seizure while inside her mother's car in the parking lot.



Elias says the two employees, Delia Lavolpe and Joseph Zellerkraut, came outside and assisted her as she administered medication.



The mother says she is forever grateful to the employees who came to her daughter's aid.


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