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Two firefighters in Utah, Chief Allen Hadley battalion, left, and Capt. Kevin Lloyd of the North Davis Fire District, on the right, has a little girl paint their nails purple after a frightening car accident

A few firefighters in Utah ended up with their fingers covered in purple nail polish after trying to comfort a little girl who had been involved in a car accident.

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Battalion Chief Allen Hadley and Captain Kevin Lloyd of the North Davis Fire District in West Point, Utah, were at the scene of the accident when they met the young person who was not injured but was still very scared.

The accident happened on Saturday when the two cried the two-year-old girl named Braelyn in the back of the car.

Two firefighters in Utah, Chief Allen Hadley battalion, left, and Capt. Kevin Lloyd of the North Davis Fire District, on the right, has a little girl paint their nails purple after a frightening car accident

Two firefighters in Utah, Chief Allen Hadley battalion, left, and Capt. Kevin Lloyd of the North Davis Fire District, on the right, has a little girl paint their nails purple after a frightening car accident

No one was seriously injured, but Braelyn, 2, cried and trembled after the crash

No one was seriously injured, but Braelyn, 2, cried and trembled after the crash

No one was seriously injured, but Braelyn, 2, cried and trembled after the crash

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The rescuers noticed that Braelyn was holding a bottle of nail polish and started asking her about it, trying to keep her mind on what had just happened.

The duo decided to give the little girl a manicure version.

& # 39; Within minutes, the child was nailing calmly and had forgotten the accident she had just experienced, & # 39; said the fire department in a Facebook message.

& # 39; Great job Chief Hadley and Captain Lloyd for providing great customer service to one of our young citizens. & # 39;

When noticing two bottles of purple nail polish that were clasped in her hands, the rescuers asked her if she would give a manicure that she was obliged to

When noticing two bottles of purple nail polish that were clasped in her hands, the rescuers asked her if she would give a manicure that she was obliged to

When noticing two bottles of purple nail polish that were clasped in her hands, the rescuers asked her if she would give a manicure that she was obliged to

& # 39; When I went upstairs, she really screamed, & # 39; said Captain Lloyd, rightly, about the toddler. He said he used the bottles of nail polish to calm her down

& # 39; When I went upstairs, she really screamed, & # 39; said Captain Lloyd, rightly, about the toddler. He said he used the bottles of nail polish to calm her down

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& # 39; When I went upstairs, she really screamed, & # 39; said Captain Lloyd, rightly, about the toddler. He said he used the bottles of nail polish to calm her down

& # 39; She has never painted nails to anyone, and now she has been asking me since Friday, & # 39; said dad Brandyn Fernelius Fox 13.

The father explained how his daughter was looking forward to going to her grandmother's house to paint her own nails when the family car was backwards.

Pregnant mother Jocelyn Fernelius drove the van at the time of the crash.

Jocelyn explained how the woman in the other vehicle managed to hit their car from behind three more times before finally stopping.

& # 39; She has never painted nails to anyone, and now she has been asking me since Friday, & # 39; said father Brandyn Fernelius. Right, Braelyn is seen the nail polish of her mother, Jocelyn
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& # 39; She has never painted nails to anyone, and now she has been asking me since Friday, & # 39; said father Brandyn Fernelius. Right, Braelyn is seen the nail polish of her mother, Jocelyn

& # 39; She has never painted nails to anyone, and now she has been asking me since Friday, & # 39; said father Brandyn Fernelius. Right, Braelyn is seen the nail polish of her mother, Jocelyn

Pregnant mother Jocelyn Fernelius drove the van at the time of the crash.

Pregnant mother Jocelyn Fernelius drove the van at the time of the crash.

Pregnant mother Jocelyn Fernelius drove the van at the time of the crash.

& # 39; Braelyn shouts, cries, & # 39; Jocelyn remembered. & # 39; I am going crazy because I am pregnant and because she is in the car. & # 39;

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& # 39; When I went upstairs, she really screamed, & # 39; said Captain Lloyd about the toddler.

He noticed that she was still holding bottles of nail polish back then, so he started asking her about it.

& # 39; It was & # 39; something common that I could use to help her, & Lloyd said. & # 39; I don't know, I just opened them, & # 39; he said.

Moments later, Braelyn started painting his nails when his colleague Chief Hadley also participated in the manicure session.

The firefighters have received much praise online for their actions to comfort the little girl

The firefighters have received much praise online for their actions to comfort the little girl

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The firefighters have received much praise online for their actions to comfort the little girl

Although the crash was relatively small, the minibus was put three times behind by a woman

Although the crash was relatively small, the minibus was put three times behind by a woman

Although the crash was relatively small, the minibus was put three times behind by a woman

& # 39; Many of the colors she wanted were pink and purple, & # 39; he said. & # 39; But I got the feeling she wanted to keep my hand pink and his purple. & # 39;

& # 39; Thank you for your service and for calming this dear innocent child & # 39 ;, a user wrote in response to the department's Facebook post. & # 39; The best first responders in the company & # 39; added another.

Another joke: & # 39; Bat. Chief Hadley and Capt. Lloyd, you should wear that color more often. It makes your uniforms look even better! Superstars in uniform and some extra zing! & # 39;

North Davis Fire Chief Mark Becraft also praised the pair. & # 39; Kudos to these great guys who serve our community – it's just the little things that make a huge difference, & # 39; he wrote.

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