Video of Brave Nurses Protecting Babies During Earthquake Goes Viral
BRAVE NURSES – Video of three brave nurses protecting the babies during a 6.1 magnitude earthquake went viral.
Nursery nurses’ job is to provide care to the newly born babies. They are knowledgeable and skilled in treating the toddlers’ illness and injuries.
But what if their life is at risk while taking care of those babies in the hospital? Will they sacrifice their lives just to serve someone else’s child?
Meanwhile, three angel nurses in Hualien, Taiwan earned a lot of praise after they protected the toddlers throughout the 6.1 magnitude earthquake on April 18.
Due to this occurrence, their government temporarily shut down subway services and evacuate people who are settled in a tall building.
Based on a report from Rachfeed, footage of the three brave nurses securing the safety of the babies went viral.
The nurses could have run outside the hospital to save their lives but they chose to stay with the newborn and protected them instead.
According to the report, the brave nurses were using their bodies as the babies shield if ever something might fall from the roof.
It can be seen on the Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) footage that the earthquake was so strong and even moved some carts inside the room.
The brave nurses hurriedly went inside the room and hold a few cribs during the earthquake. They comforted the babies who were scared by the strong shake of the building.
Based on the report, none of the babies and nursery nurses were hurt during the earthquake.
Lots of netizens were impressed by the brave nurses who acted like heroes for the babies. Here are some of their comments on the video:
“It’s good to have you in Taiwan with good, kind and angel in white.”
“I have not seen angels, but if there is, it must have been in the aftermath of a major earthquake to protect the baby.”
“Every time I look at it, I feel tears, do not take care of a person’s safety, how kind angel, thank you!”
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