Firefighters calmed down a scared little girl at the crash scene by asking her to paint their nails.

After an incident, firefighters must reassure the community that everything will be okay in addition to saving lives and putting out fires.

Firefighters often come into contact with people who have experienced a terrible occurrence, including being in an accident or losing their homes.

Strong interpersonal abilities and a comforting, calming demeanor are essential in these situations.

Two firefighters found themselves in this scenario, proving that sometimes getting a manicure is the most manly thing a guy can do.

Chief Allen Hadley and Captain Kevin Lloyd of the North Davis Fire Department in Utah were dispatched to the site of an automobile collision. They discovered a small child who, while not being hurt in the incident, was crying.

The firemen made an effort to soothe and uplift her. She was holding two bottles of nail polish, so they struck up a discussion with her. They even suggested she color them with nail polish after that!

It was a thoughtful, lovely gesture. It’s likely that these firefighters don’t have their nails done very often, but the girl had something to do while she was preoccupied with thinking about the accident.

And to think, it was a huge success.

The North Davis Fire District posted on its Facebook page that “within minutes, the child was calmly painting their nails and had forgotten about the accident she had just experienced.”

“Excellent work, Chief Hadley and Captain Lloyd, for giving one of our young citizens outstanding customer service.”

Commenters praised the firefighters for their thoughtful efforts, with one writing, “Tough enough to wear purple and not care.” “Outstanding work!”

It’s incredible how a kind, uncomplicated conversation can cheer someone up and change their life.

Let’s express our gratitude to these firefighters for going above and beyond! Tell others about this motivational tale!

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