Chick-fil-A cashier, deaf customer share special moment

Cynthia Walker isn't used to doing things on her own. But when she walked into a North Carolina Chick-fil-A and ordered herself a meal by signing her order, it became the first time she was able to do it on her own without feeling uncomfortable. ************************************************************ Want even more heartwarming stories?! Subscribe to Humankind's YouTube channel: Like Humankind on Facebook: Follow Humankind on Twitter: Follow Humankind on Instagram: ************************************************************ On Wednesday at the Fayetteville, North Carolina Chick-Fil-A, high school senior Taylor Anez was working at the cash register when Cynthia and her mother arrived. Cynthia is deaf and suffers from other medical conditions that make it difficult for her to do many things on her own. She was able to place her order with Taylor, who knows sign language. It wasn't the first time Taylor has signed with customers. A post on the local Chick-fil-A's Facebook page from a happy customer sings Taylor's praises for what he witnessed at the restaurant. For more of the story, click here: #humankind **************** Humankind: Amazing moments that give us hope ➤ Humankind: Stories worth sharing ➤ Animalkind: Cute, cuddly & curious animals ➤ Just the FAQs: When news breaks, we break it down for you ➤ The Wall: An in-depth examination of Donald Trump’s border wall ➤

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