A refreshingly positive thank you note was left on an ambulance this week – and people are seriously loving it.
The note, which was left on a vehicle in Wales, had £5 attached and saw a homeowner praising paramedics instead of attacking them.
Twitter user Dewi Lloyd tweeted the note, saying: ‘Heart warming note left on one of the Flintshire Ambulances #Welshambulance’
Heart warming note left on one of the Flintshire Ambulances#Welshambulance
— Dewi Lloyd ()
The note read: ‘Thank you for blocking my driveway to save a life. Refreshments on me.’
The tweet has already gone viral, gaining over 1100 likes and 300 retweets since being posted on Wednesday.
People have taken to social media to praise the act of kindness for the emergency services.
Angharad Jarvis wrote: ‘Really makes me proud, you all do such an amazing job!’
Jack B said: ‘That’s more like it! Well done owner of said driveway!’
Tony Hodson wrote: ‘Brilliant, love the idea, well done to the person who did the deed!’
A spokesperson from the Welsh Ambulance Service responded to Mr Lewis’ tweet and said: ‘Such a boost for our hardworking crews when they get a heartfelt thankyou note for doing a tough job.
‘No financial incentive required! They are just dedicated. Thank you anonymous author.’
Earlier this week, East Midlands Ambulance Service urged people to talk to staff, rather than leaving angry notes on their vehicles, after a note was left on the windscreen of one of their vehicles when they were responding to an emergency.
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