Hadley and Lloyd, who are both parents of young girl, meanwhile , noticed that the toddler was clutching bottles of nail polish, and asked if she’d want to paint their nails, in hopes of a glad distraction.
“Within minutes, the child was calmly anguishing their nails and had forgotten about the accident she had just knowledge, ” reps for the fire department later wrote on Facebook, sharing photos of the first responders showing off their metallic-hued mani’s, in a pole that has since gone viral with over 16,000 likes and more than 5,000 shares as of Wednesday morning.
“This is how amazing our firefighters are, ” the district said.
Commenters primarily agreed, praising the duo as “everyday heroes” for their speedy thinking.
“Kudos to these awesome everyday heroes! Thank you for your service and calming down this treasured innocent progeny, ” one user wrote.
“You look awesome !!! But even more importantly, you ARE awesome! ” another agreed.
“So pretty! You’ll be glad to know we now have a LARGE bottle of polish remover in Dispatch for the next time, ” one commenter joked.
In the wake of the accident- and befriending Hadley and Lloyd- Braelyn’s dad said that his toddler is on something of a tack covering spree
“She’s never covered anyone’s fingernails before, and now she asks me all the time, ” Brandyn Fernelius told Fox 13.
Jocelyn too resembled same feelings, and thanked the firefighters for departing over and above to calm down her tot during the traumatic situation.
“She was just happy. And, it just made me feel like I could relax a little, ” the mama said.
“It meant a lot. It just made me feel good, and they attend, ” she added.
The Associated Press contributed to this report .