These brave young men suddenly became nurses, leaving their math class to help people.
Once upon a time, there was 16-year-old Grayden Brunet who joined one of the New York firefighters.
At that time, he was the youngest member of the team and also the youngest in the company’s history.
His dedication was so great and passionate that the young man took his two classmates along to enroll.
That’s how the courageous and mature teenagers began to serve in the Sackets Harbor Department.
Furthermore, they started volunteering during COVID-19 when massive support and care were needed.
The heroic young nurses actively responded to heart attacks, car accidents, and transported patients to clinics.
As one of the three courageous young men shared in an interview, they joined the team without obtaining a license to save patients’ lives.
So, the brave and thoughtful young nurses admitted that they simply couldn’t give up on their responsibility.
As they said, their community would lose the ambulance service for those challenging days if they did.
So, they didn’t go back to school but incorporated more students into the nonprofit and vital project.
They invited five more teenagers, inspired by their actions, to serve in a town with 1,300 residents.
All the young nurses are 16 years old and have experienced such noble and life-changing situations.
They have become incredible modern heroes and continue to dedicate themselves wholeheartedly to their work.