TMSG: Firefighters Let Little Girl Paint Their Nails After Car Crash

Two firefighters Shift Battalion Chief Allen Hadley and Captain Kevin Lloyd of the North Davis Fire District of West Point responded to a motor vehicle accident.

When the two firefighters arrived on scene, they found a little girl who was involved. They went over to check in on her as she was crying and screaming, while her mother was tended to from medical personnel. The little girl wasn't hurt, but she was very scared. Hadley and Lloyd noticed that the girl was clutching nail polish bottles. Both being fathers to young girls themselves, they realized the very thing that could help her feel better.

Hadley and Lloyed started asking her about the nail polish, and asked if she would paint their nails. Soon enough, the little girl was feeling better and had forgotten about the accident she was just in.

The department posted photos of the two men proudly posing with their brand new pink and purple manicures telling them great job on "providing awesome customer service to one of our young citizens."

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