Florida police park cruisers in shape of heart outside hospitalPhoto shared on the Fort Meyers Police Department's Facebook page.

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Florida police park cruisers in shape of heart outside hospital

Our front line workers deserve all the appreciation they can receive, and the Florida police dept showed us how to do just that

Inside the heart, law enforcement stood holding white placards in the shape of letters that read, “FMPD Thanks you.” These letters were placed on the pavement for the doctors and nurses to see from birdseye.

Source: Fox News

The Fort Meyers Police Department in Florida parked 14 police cruisers in the shape of a large heart outside the Lee Memorial Hospital last week to send a message of love and respect to health care workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Inside the heart, law enforcement stood holding white placards in the shape of letters that read, “FMPD Thanks you.” These letters were placed on the pavement for the doctors and nurses to see from birdseye. The FMPD did it as a gesture of appreciation for the contribution of the health workers who have been treating several patients diagnosed with the virus. And as a tribute to their selfless act of kindness and a true representation of humanity.

 

This gesture brought a smile on the faces of workers working tirelessly as our great line of defense in this war against the pandemic.  

 

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