Emergencies know no bounds and don’t stop for any cause, which can turn out to be less than ideal for first responders. Inclement weather won’t care about the flashing lights, the blaring siren, or the injured individual in the back. But in spite of any wrench the weather could throw in the way of healing others, humans have a propensity for coming together and helping.
Bonnie Krantz of Sweden was stuck inside at work when the weather became a bit chaotic, as did traffic. As she looked outside at the street covered with a white sheet of snow, she noticed an ambulance uncomfortably nestled in this cold blanket, trying to escape.
That’s when something amazing happened.
Pedestrians and bystanders alike, trying to steer clear of the cold as well, came together to help push the ambulance forward so that it could gain traction and continue it’s journey to the hospital. Krantz says, “This is what makes the world a better place. People helping others in need!”
This selfless act was so moving for Bonnie that she felt the need to share it with the world. It’s those moments of putting our own desires and comfort aside for the benefit of many others that give us warmth in life.
Check this incredible feat out below.
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