Queensland Ambulance Service paramedics said that tears came out after the near-death patient said she wishes to see the sea. It is the heart-wrenching moment, and a paramedic stood by her side while she watched the beach for the last time.
The palliative care patient was in her 70s and had been moving with ambulance crew members when she said she desired to see beach one last time; the paramedics made her wish come true.
In the picture, you can see the patient at Australia’s Queensland beach. Supported by a stretcher, the patient looks out over the crystal clear blue water.
The Queensland Ambulance Service shared the transporting picture of the patient and wrote:
“A CREW WERE MOVING A PATIENT TO THE PALLIATIVE CARE UNIT OF THE LOCAL HOSPITAL AND THE [PATEINT EXPRESSED HER FEELING AND SAID THAT SHE JUST WISHED SHE COULD BE AT THE BEACH AGAIN.”
“ABOVE AND BEYOND, THE CREW MEMBERS TOOK A TINY DIVERSION TO THE BEAUTIFUL BEACH AT HERVEY BAY TO GIVE THE PATIENT THIS CHANCE-TEARS CAME OUT, AND THE PATIENT FELT VERY CHEERFUL.”
“SOMETIMES IT IS NOT THE DRUGS OR TRAINING SKILLS-SOMETIMES ALL YOU NEED IS COMPASSION TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE.”
The crew members are highly applauded for their pity behavior to the dying patient, and the image is shared more than 15,500 times on the internet.
“SHE ASKED TO WATCH THE GLIMPSE OF BEACH ONE LAST TIME, AND AFTER GOING TO THE AUSTRALIA’S BEACH AND OPENED THE REAR DOOR, WE ASKED HER IF WOULD LIKE TO EAT AN ICE CREAM. TO WHICH SHE RESPONDED ‘YES’ WITH A TEE-HEE OF JOY.A FEW MINUTES LATER, THE HARDLY LICKED ICE CREAM FELL ON THE FLOOR”.
“AND THE PATENT LOST HER BREATH AND SHE LAID THERE STILL SMILING AT THE LAST SCENE TAT SHE EVER SAW, WE HAD A MINUTES SILENCE FOR HER.”
“HOWEVER, THE MEMORY IS AN OLD ONE. IT IS STILL FAITHFUL. WONDERFUL WORK BY THIS CREW, WELL DONE”.