First responders in Connecticut want to show their support for healthcare workers who are working day and night during the COVID-19 pandemic, putting themselves at risk to treat others.
Connecticut state police and the National Guard drove by Connecticut Children’s, the children’s hospital, like a parade, with emergency lights flashing on Tuesday afternoon.
“Troopers know a thing or two about being on the front lines and want to pledge their solidarity to the medical professionals at CT Children’s at this challenging time,” a news release said.
At 2 p.m., members of the Hartford police and fire departments will go to Hartford Hospital with their lights and sirens to show their support.
LifeStar, the medical transport helicopter, with conduct a special flyover.