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Amazing scene unfolds as people gather to show support for Madison Hospital workers

MADISON – It was a spectacular scene Tuesday night at Madison Hospital. Madison first responders and citizens gathered in the parking lot of the hospital to show their appreciation and respect for the men and women who are on the front lines of our fight against COVID-19.

People filled the parking lots around 8 p.m. to flash their lights and honk their horns to thank the healthcare workers. Madison Fire and Rescue stretched their ladder to the sky and lit it blue. Everyone found a way to express their gratitude while keeping a safe distance from each other.

One person passing by along Hwy 72 said they saw what was happening and had to join in, several other passing motorists did the same thing.

Below are two videos from the scene. The first is from Madison Hospital and shows what the heathcare works saw when they looked out of the hospital windows. The second is from Madison Fire and Rescue, on top of their ladder truck.

We appreciate all of our Medical staff at Madison Hospital!

Posted by Madison Fire and Rescue on Tuesday, March 31, 2020

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