Woman’s Facebook post goes viral after Burger King employee does this at the drive-thru

It’s crucial to pay attention to your body’s warning signs when you have diabetes.

Rebecca Boening did just that while she was behind the wheel of her car.

As she felt her blood sugar levels decreasing, she quickly took the closest exit. What occurred next truly showcased a remarkable display of sincere and heartfelt compassion.

Rebecca Boening, like many others with diabetes, knows the importance of eating when blood sugar levels drop. That’s why she quickly left the highway and went to Burger King when she felt her blood sugar getting low during her car trip.

”As I stumbled through placing my order I mentioned to the voice on the speaker that I was diabetic and in need of food. Low blood sugar makes it difficult to think or act,” Rebecca wrote on Facebook.

She drove up to the payment and was just about to lower her car window when she noticed someone sprinting towards her.

”I was shocked to see Burger King employee Tina Hardy running toward the front of my car. She squeezed between the front of my car and the building,” Rebecca shared.

”I honestly at first didn’t know who she was or what she was doing,” Boening told ABC and added: ”It took me a minute to figure it out.”

Tina Hardy, a Burger King worker, was the one who brought the ice cream to Rebecca in a hurry. Tina knew the importance of having a quick snack when blood sugar levels drop, as her husband also has diabetes.

Rebecca relished her ice cream and meal without any disturbance.

”After paying I pulled up to Tina’s window where she gave me my food. She instructed me to park across the driveway so that she could keep an eye on me until I felt better. After eating I waited for a break in business so that I could return to Tina’s window. I then took this picture and spoke with Tina’s supervisor, telling him what she did for me. If you appreciate what this special woman did please share this story,” Rebecca said.

Tina’s story rapidly circulated on social media, accumulating an impressive 488,000 reactions and over 207,000 shares.

”She (Tina) had only worked there six months,” Boening said. ”She had no idea if she would be fired for leaving her post and the building.”

Well done Tina. If I had a business, I would definitely want you as part of my team. You were a true blessing to others. Best wishes!

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