The parents of a child who was scalded in an incident last year credited the firefighter-paramedics from Station 85 in North Salt Lake (UT) for being one of the major reasons their son is doing so well today, according to a news report.
KSL (http://bit.ly/17DRhvj) reported on the case of Harvey Lloyd, 2, who was badly burned by scalding-hot liquid when he was 11 months old.
The report said his parents, Becki and Jason Lloyd, will never forget the compassionate response from the firefighter-paramedics at the South Davis Metro Fire Agency’s Station 85.
“These guys calmed her down. They calmed him down, and they made the right decisions,” Jason told reporters.
Harvey suffered second- and third-degree burns, and his recovery over the last year has been difficult but remarkable.
Read the full story at http://bit.ly/17DRhvj.
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