CLEVELAND — Six fire departments arrived at the University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center in Parma not to bring patients, but to offer support and love to all the healthcare workers.
A view of the surprise salute to UH employees from their point of view. pic.twitter.com/nGknh3a7qF— Mayor Tim DeGeeter (@ParmaMayor) April 23, 2020
Fire trucks from Broadview Heights, Seven Hills, Parma and Parma Heights, to name a few, showed love by forming a heart using their trucks.
When six fire departments arrived unexpectedly at UH Parma Medical Center this evening, they weren’t bringing patients. Instead, they were bringing their love. In fact, they parked vehicles in the shape of a heart to show frontline health car￼e workers they are appreciated. pic.twitter.com/vsj4XPsTLm— Mayor Tim DeGeeter (@ParmaMayor) April 23, 2020
This gesture follows that of other first responders nationwide who used their fleet to form a heart shape in honor of their own.