The Round Rock nurses were among dozens of people who waited to catch a glimpse of the Thunderbird flyover.
In a news report by Fox 7, lots of people gathered at the top of the garage, all just to get a glimpse of what’s to come. Among them include nurses in Round Rock.
Here is the story by Fox 7.
In a Round Rock parking garage waiting with bated breath, folks gathered at one of the highest points in the city just to catch a glimpse of the flyover. More than a dozen people stood waiting at the top of the garage, all trying to catch that first glimpse of what’s to come. “We thought there was going to be some people so we left early but we weren’t expecting this many people,” said Joyce Herrera who lives in Round Rock.
Finally, off into the cloudy distant sky, the moment all these people gathered for: the Thunderbirds “It was a great view, we are feeling thankful and thankful my kids got to see that,” said Menchaca. The brief moment over Round Rock was more than just an interesting sight, it was meant as a salute for those on the frontlines against COVID-19, one of those being Round Rock nurses like Menchaca. “Definitely feeling proud of what we do right now, feeling appreciated. This is a proud moment as Round Rock nurses to be able to do this and help people out and being selfless,” said Menchaca.
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As being the frontline health care professionals, Round Rock nurses are one of the true heroes who risk everything to care for patients. During this time of fear and stress, practicing nurses have worked long shifts. The physical and mental exhaustion, lack of knowledge, and in many cases, lack of skills to care for patients can lead to a disciplinary action.
If you are a Round Rock Nurse who faces any disciplinary issues before the Texas Board of Nursing, please contact Round Rock nurse attorney Yong J. An, call or text at 832 428 5679 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Mr. An has represented over 100 nurses before the Texas Board of Nursing since 2006.