'TEARS WERE SHED': AMBULANCE DETOUR ALLOWS PATIENT TO SEE THE BEACH ONE LAST TIME

A dying patient was granted one last chance to see the beach in Australia, thanks to a kind ambulance crew who agreed to grant her final wish.

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