Needing a lift

Firefighters helped a Maryland woman reunite with her mother on the second floor of a nursing home. ABC News’ Will Ganss has the sweet story.
2:09 | 07/08/20

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It's mind route. Ever you. We have county nurse at twice a week to do our hair Cheryl Carmine says her mom 83 year old Shirley Taylor is her best friend. Oh with Shirley in a nursing home the mother daughter duo haven't seen each other in months. Press. It's huge tried keeping in touch electronically. But like anyone who's attempted fees timing a grandparent. It doesn't always go as smoothly as you'd like so Cheryl was looking for old way hoping for a sign. Until it hitter like bright red fire track. Cheryl and her daughter jets on their way to the store when passing gas station and saw a fire truck in the parking lot Cheryl says she knew she had asked them for a lit. Not the kind you might be thinking. Just that her mom was kidding she wasn't. Cheryl asking the firemen to ticker up the trucks letters that she could reach her mom's second floor window at the nursing home. And her surprise they said yes. Yes. 88. Or we do it now. Less than an hour later the two were reunited face to face. Cheryl finally able to tell her mother which she's been wanting to for the past several weeks. I'm much. A quick visit sure but one that meant so much to a mother and her daughter. Firefighters lifting spirits literally in this case I spoke suggesting she says what the firemen did for her grandma is absolutely priceless she said. For that moment and a small town in Maryland all was well in the world you guys. So emotional buyout that allow of that moment. Ops firefighters and they generally happen. Well thank you we appreciate it so much and we'd love to see your family members especially during this time and it's been so tough and this facility have surely Allah cut here. From WBZ right here sixty.

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