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Two Queensland paramedics have been praised for bringing a dying patient down to the ocean so they could enjoy the view one last time.
Local man Neil King saw the pair of paramedics wheeling the patient's bed to the water's edge at Cleveland Point Lighthouse in Brisbane.
He snapped a photo of the sweet scene and posted it to social media to celebrate Queensland Ambulance Service's actions.
"So grateful to our front line workers serving so kindly. The gesture was amazing but the kind words and lovely conversation they shared even more so," he wrote on Facebook alongside the image.
"Thank you Queensland Ambulance Service you are amazing."
Social media users were quick to give props to the ambos for their 'touching gesture', with the posts garnering thousands of likes, shares and comments.
One user wrote: "Such a simple thing to do. Whether the patient is nearing the end of their life, or whatever the circumstances, it doesn't really matter."
A second added: "They're unwell and these guys have changed their day for the better."
Another commented: "Ambos just go over and above and are such caring giving souls."
The Queensland Ambulance Service also re-posted the photo on their own Facebook page, saying: "Some words of gratitude regarding a beautiful simple gesture by our amazing staff, worth sharing."
A spokeswoman from the Queensland Ambulance Service told Daily Mail Australia that it was 'a wonderful moment for a member of the public to capture'.
They declined to give further information about the patient due to confidentiality.
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