Queensland paramedics take patient to Cleveland Point Lighthouse to see ocean

A pair of paramedics have been applauded for his or her “pretty gesture” after taking a patient to see the ocean southeast of Brisbane.

Native resident Neil King was at Cleveland Point Lighthouse on Saturday afternoon when he seen the paramedics wheeling the patient down to the water’s edge.

He shared the second on Fb, writing that it was “fairly watching the nice paramedics bringing an clearly not exactly patient to the intention for a go to”.

“So grateful to our entrance line employees serving so kindly,” he added.

“Thanks Queensland Ambulance Service it’s doable it is doable chances are extreme excessive extreme excessive extreme excessive extreme excessive extreme excessive extreme it is doable you’d most undoubtedly be going to be good.”

Queensland paramedics have been applauded for taking a patient to see the ocean in Brisbane’s southeast.
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