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There’s nothing quite like a fresh manicure to solve all of your problems.
Two of a loving of Utah’s fire department, which recently responded to a car accident, left the scene with the pink and purple manicure after the show, a shaken 2-year-old girl to paint their nails (and fingers) to have a chance to calm down after a scary car accident.
Last week, a Chief in All of Hadley, and Captain Kevin Lloyd of the North Davis Fire District responded to a vehicle crash in clearfield with Jocelyn Fernelius, and her daughter, Braelyn, Fox 13 reported. Fortunately, no one was seriously injured in the crash, but it’s a disturbing turn of events, little Braelyn is “very worried” and freaked out, while the medics assessed her mother, who is expecting a baby.
In This Friday, Oct. 11, 2019, the photos released by the North Davis Fire District, shows the Chief in All of Hadley, right, left, and Cpt. Kevin Lloyd In Clearfield, Utah. Two of Utah’s firefighters receive the praise, after they have found a creative way to help a young girl will be the scene of a car accident.
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Hadley and Lloyd, who are both fathers of teenage girls, meanwhile, noticed that the toddler was with the other bottles of nail Polish, and asked her if she would like to paint their nails in the hope of finding a happy distraction.
“In just a few minutes the child was quiet, paining their nails and forget about the accident they had just witnessed,” the representatives of the fire department and later wrote on Facebook, sharing pictures of the first responders, who show off their metal-oriented you can be in with a post that has since gone viral with over 16,000 likes and over 5,000 shares on Wednesday morning.
“This is how good our firefighters are,” ward said.
Commenters largely agreed, and praised the duo as “everyday heroes” for their quick thinking.
“To pay tribute to this amazing and everyday heroes! Thank you for your service, and to soothe and calm with this precious, innocent child,” one user wrote.
“In just a few minutes the child was quiet, paining their nails and forget about the accident they had just witnessed,” the representatives of the fire department, said later.
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“You look great!!!!! And most of all, you’RE amazing!” another agreed.
“This is beautiful!! You’ll be pleased to know that we now have a LARGE bottle of nail Polish remover to it in a Dispatch for the next day,” one commenter joked.
In the immediate aftermath of the accident, and to make friends with Hadley and Lloyd – Braelyn’s father, said his toddler was in a bit of a nail-painting spree
“She has never painted anyone’s nails before and now she asks me all the time,” Brandyn Fernelius, told Fox 13.
Jocelyn is also echoed similar sentiments, and thanked the fire department for going above and beyond to calm her during a traumatic situation.
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“She was happy. And it just made me feel that I was able to relax a little bit,” the mother said.
“It would mean a lot. It just made me feel good, and that’s the concern,” she added.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.