Helen Donaldson, a Queensland ambulance officer, had the task of taking a patient from their home into palliative care.
While we often associate paramedics screeching through the city to save the life of someone, the Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS) showed a completely different side to their job.
One that doesn’t happen at a million miles an hour with sirens blaring, but parked near the ocean, just looking.
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Posting on their Facebook page, the QAS told the story of Helen and the patient who wanted to do something on last time.
“A crew were transporting a patient to the palliative care unit of the local hospital and the patient expressed that she just wished she could be at the beach again,” they wrote.