Birmingham nurses walk through the snow for hours to make their shifts

In Birmingham, some nurses decided to walk towards Birmingham’s Heartlands Hospital to make their shifts despite the snow.

“It’s a snow day. You still coming to work, right?” For nurses, paramedics and many other emergencies and medical operators, snow it is not a good excuse to stay in bed. Patients need them all year long and in any situation.


Birmingham nurses: an inspirational behaviour

The West Midlands Ambulance Service paramedic, Anthony Fearn, tweeted a satisfied comment:

“Did you know that some of the nurses at Heartlands Hospital are so amazingly dedicated that they walked to work! […] They walked for hours in the snow to take care of all of you #inspirational #dedicated.”

The warning for drivers: it is very dangerous not clearing snow from their cars before setting off for work. The reason is that in case of a quick stop, the snow slides forwards and you are completely blind. The risk of an accident with other cars and pedestrians is high.




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