What These Firefighters Decided To Do For A Heart Attack Victim Will Melt Your Heart.
Everyone expects firefighters to arrive at the scene and do their best to save lives: But no one expects them to do yard work.
First responders Daniel Papa, Eugene Mobley, Scot Kortright, Timothy Sinnot, Joseph DePiero, and Jordan Gennusa showed up at a Florida home after a Saturday afternoon 911 call from resident Ralph McCrory. McCrory was mowing his lawn when he started to get faint, experiencing what he thought was a heart attack. Ambulances rushed him to the hospital, but the firefighters stayed behind. What they did next was truly heartwarming.
The group of firefighters asked McCrory's wife what they could do to help. She told them that mowing the lawn usually took her husband days, because of his health conditions.
So, they decided to do it for him. This act of kindness proves just how far America's emergency workers will go to help those in need - even if it's not in their job description.
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Source: ABC News