Taylor Wyatt, an 8-year-old boy from Ringgold, saved his father at Tightsqueeze Food Lion during a low blood sugar attack in August 2018. 

“It was just a regular day. We were picking up a couple of things during the afternoon,” David Wyatt said. 

As David and Taylor Wyatt  exited the store, David realized something wasn’t right. 

“We were headed to the car to leave. I stopped at the bench and couldn’t continue anymore,” David Wyatt said, “I had to stop. I told Taylor I felt like I was going to pass out.”

At the time, David Wyatt had no sweets to get his blood sugar back up, and his test meter was in the car. 

“I thought at first he may need something sweet. He told me here you go, here’s some money,” Taylor said. 

David Wyatt has no recollection of giving Taylor money for the drink. 

For the rest of the story, purchase a copy of the March 6, 2019 Chatham Star-Tribune

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