Paramedic Surprises Dad In Hospital And His Reaction Will Bring You To Tears.

There’s nothing more comforting than being with loved ones when life gets tough. Will LaGrone, a paramedic from Branson, Mississippi, is used to seeing people after accidents, but everything felt different when his dad became his patient.

His 73-year-old father was recently in a terrible car crash, but due to the hospital’s strict visitation rules during COVID-19, none of his relatives were allowed to see him. It wasn’t until he relocated to a rehab facility in Shreveport, Louisiana, that Will found a way to stand by his side.

Padford EMS Mississippi worked with the hospital so Will could be on the team that was transporting his dad to rehab. His coworkers recorded their reunion, and it’s incredibly moving! After all, the relief and happiness this dad feels when he sees his “baby boy” is impossible to miss.

Check out their tearful reunion in the video below, and don’t forget to share this story with your friends.

A week ago today, one of our longtime paramedic’s father was involved in a terrible car accIdent. Earlier today, Will LaGrone, Pafford EMS Paramedic/Brandon, MS, was able to make arrangements with management that would enable him to surprise his father here in Louisiana and be the one to transport his father to rehab from the hospital in Shreveport. As you can see Will’s father was overcome with emotion. We are honored to share these photos of the emotional reunion of father and son. Thank you, Will for sharing this special moment with all of the world. Please keep Will’s father in your prayers as he continues to recover.

Posted by Pafford EMS Mississippi on Friday, May 1, 2020
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