Marks brought the woman into the store, gave her water and then went to his home to bring back one of his inhalers for Ault. Then he drove the woman home and walked back to the convenience store.
"He's like a guardian angel -- a guardian angel," Ault told WTOV. "He was there at the right time."
"I just figured it was the right thing to do,” said Marks, who has been working at the store for a month. “If it was one of my family members, I would want someone to do that for me, you know?"