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Paramedics grant terminally ill woman's wish to visit the beach

Paramedics grant terminally ill woman's wish to visit the beach

An ambulance crew was transporting the patient to the palliative care unit of a local hospital when she asked if they could stop at the beach.

QAS is only naming the pair as Danielle and Graeme, but their work has not gone unnoticed.

The ambulance crew chose to fulfill her wish, taking a diversion to Hervey Bay, where they took the stretcher as close as they dared to the water's edge. Sometimes it is not the drugs/training/skills - sometimes all you need is empathy to make a difference!'

The heartfelt moment was immortalised in a picture taken by Danielle Kellan, a member of QAS team that took the woman to the beach.

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The post has been shared more than 12,000 times since being posted on Facebook on Wednesday.

That's when the crew took a detour to the beach at Hervey Bay. After experiencing all this, the patient told them she was at peace, and that everything was "right".

Cooper told ABC that since the woman was on a stretcher and not able to get to the water herself, he scooped some into a bag for her.

Social media comments heaped praise on the crew and shared similar touching stories. If I lose my compassion I just won't be in the job. On the day of her wedding her mother collapsed as she had terminal cancer.

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"However, I turned around and saw the next best thing and brought the ocean to her".

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