Nine babies in ten months. There is nothing special in this phrase. However, considering the fact they were all born within one firefighting team makes it an incredible achievement.
It is with great pride that we announce that Davie Fire Rescue has been named Florida Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Provider of the Year by the Florida Department of Health (DOH). #DavieFireRescue #EMSProviderOfTheYear #FloridaHealth pic.twitter.com/rmuVxL7azM— Davie Fire Rescue (@DavieFireRescue) June 5, 2018
Being a responsible firefighter requires a high level of physical endurance, extensive knowledge in the sphere, and of course a strong character. Smothering a fire is not a big deal for an experienced specialist; comforting a scared kid is a completely different story.
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You should know exactly what to say to distract the kid from the happened accident, similarly to how this firefighter comforted a girl who's just lived through the horrible accident.
He gave her the most sincere hug and calmed her down within a few minutes. What a professional!
Unbelievable baby boom
That must have been a perfect experience for a man who claimed to have a pregnant woman. We are glad to congratulate him and his colleagues from another department. Davie Fire Rescue in Broward County boasted with an unusual achievement within their team. Nine firefighters welcomed their newborn babies just in 10 months.
Baby Boom! 9 babies were welcomed to our fire family over the last 10 months! We had the opportunity to get the all of the firefighters (mother or father) together with their infants for a quick photo shoot. pic.twitter.com/VNnEJB18nC— Davie Fire Rescue (@DavieFireRescue) June 8, 2018
The official Davie department Twitter called this an exquisite baby boom. Davie Fire Rescue Assistant Chief, Jorge Gonzalez, mentioned such unusual experience influences the team’s atmosphere extremely positively, which increases the mutual understanding among the servicemen:
The fact that the babies were born so close to each other “forms great unity” within the fire department.
Gonzalez added, nobody planned the joint pregnancies – it just happened spontaneously.
Twitter users reacted jokingly on the unbelievable coincidence and enjoyed the amazing experience happening inside the firefighting team.
That firetastic— Michael Moreda (@mtm854) June 12, 2018
We hope all the babies will grow up strong and healthy and, perhaps, take after their parents to become another great firefighting team in Davie.