These two firefighters help a scared little girl and to calm her they let her paint their nails
The very important work of first responders is certainly not a simple job!
In any dangerous situation, be it a fire, an explosion or a car accident, first responders must always remain calm and have a cool head so that those involved in the situation can immediately receive the necessary care and protection.
And if first responders needed to take care of a child - what would they do? Here's what happened to a West Point, Utah firefighter first responder team.
When a car accident happened in the city of Centerfield in Utah, on 12 October 2019, there were some injured victims, but, thankfully, there were no serious consequences.
However, two firefighter first responders immediately noticed that on the side of the road there was a little girl visibly shaken by the accident who was gripping a bottle of nail polish in her hands.
The two leaders of the firefighter team, Allan Hadley and Kevin Lloyd, approached the little girl who had witnessed the car accident and started talking with her ...
To calm the visibly shaken and nervous little girl, the two good-hearted firefighters began to ask the child if she liked the nail polish she was holding and if she wanted to paint their nails. Of course, they did this to try to distract her momentarily from the serious car accident that had just happened.
Unexpectedly, the little girl liked Allan and Kevin's idea very much! And immediately started to apply the nail polish not only to her own nails but she also painted the nails of the two gentle and compassionate firefighters!
What the firefighters did was a simple and kind gesture, but once the scene was shared by the photos posted on the North Davis Fire District's Facebook page, they were shared again by web users who positively applauded the friendly and thoughtful action of the two firefighters ...
This amusing true story shows us that care and kindness toward young children can be manifested in some of the most unexpected situations and moments as demonstrated by these exemplary firefighters ... Kudos to Allan and Kevin!