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Not all heroes walk on two legs.
In the aftermath of the terrible shooting incident in El Paso, Texas, and the scores of first responders, medical professionals and other emergency service providers have stepped up to help the victims. On top of all that, health care providers are responsible for the therapy dogs that are in place for both the workers and the victims of the massacre.
Methodist Health Systems, reported on the journey of two therapy dogs last night, and He, as they make their way to El Paso. The caregiver posted pictures of the dogs, and the work of the first responders is on Facebook.
PARKLAND STONEMAN DOUGLAS, THE THERAPY DOGS FEATURED IN THE YEARBOOK
According to the post office last night, and He arrived in El Paso on the morning of Aug. 4. The post continues to say, “well, They’ve been for their unconditional love and support to caregivers to help them through this traumatic time.”
“Thanks to Southwest Airlines for fast and safe it is to get one of them down there. We will continue to send prayers to El Paso and Dayton, OH,” the post concludes.
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The dogs are trained to search for people in a crisis, and comfort in mind, KSAT 12 reports. They will be visiting at the hospitals and first-responder stations will be in El Paso for the next couple of days.
In a press release obtained by KSAT 12, a spokesperson for Methodist Health Systems said, “The rate of suicides by mental health professionals, fire fighters, emt’s, law enforcement, and is terminated by a single order for up to seven days to one day. These dogs will be able to reach into the heart of man.”
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On 3 Aug., as a shooter, 22 people have been killed and injured 24 others at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas.