ATLANTA — A McDonald’s worker said she feared for her life and then feared for her job after a robbery occurred at the fast-food restaurant.
Channel 2's Carl Willis spoke to the woman, who said her boss asked her to keep working after she had had a gun pointed in her face.
A man armed with a gun robbed the McDonald's on Moreland Avenue on Saturday night.
"I can hardly sleep. If I do, it's just flashbacks," said the employee, who asked not to be identified. "I was traumatized because I never endured a situation like that before, period."
The worker said her bosses made her pain worse because she claims that she felt pressure to stay on the clock, even after having a gun flashed at her.
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