CAUGHT ON VIDEO: First responders salute hospital workers in Brampton
First responders organized a siren-blasting salute to show thanks to the healthcare workers working overtime during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Just like at Credit Valley Hospital in Mississauga, Peel Police, Peel Paramedics, and Brampton Fire held a similar display earlier this afternoon at Brampton Civic Hospital.
“You are truly our superheroes and we WILL beat COVID-19!” police wrote on Twitter.
We were honoured to show our support for healthcare workers and joined colleagues from @Peel_Paramedics and @BramptonFireES for a quick tour around @OslerHealth in #Brampton. Thank you for everything you do! pic.twitter.com/xo6JAJDK71— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPolice) March 28, 2020
“We can’t thank you enough for your encouragement, and as always, we are so honoured to stand with you,” William Osler said on Twitter.
This is SO special. What a heartfelt display of appreciation for our #HealthcareHeroes. We can't thank you enough for your encouragement, and as always, we are so honoured to stand with you @BramptonFireES, @PeelPolice & @Peel_Paramedics https://t.co/ApORvMClxc— William Osler Health System (@OslerHealth) March 28, 2020
Image courtesy of Peel Police
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