Towering American Flags Fly to Honor CT’s Health Care Workers
A mighty 'thank you' shout out to K&J Tree Service for honoring CT's health care workers!
According to an article on fox61.com, Kyle DeLucia, the owner of K&J Tree Service in Hamden and his young niece, Kayla Boyle, decided they wanted to do something to honor all of the fantastic health care professionals on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19. Kayla's mom is an intensive care nurse at Yale-New Haven Hospital.
DeLucia and his crew wheeled in the company's 38-ton crane to Danbury Hospital according to Hearst Connecticut to hoist up a 50-foot American flag along with a triple XL Thank You note to let the hospital's medical professionals know how much they are appreciated. Hospital workers were invited outside to view the flag and it's humungous Than You note. There were shouts of cheers and even some tears as doctors, nurses, and medical techs looked up to the skies to view the display.
DeLucia's K&J Tree Service began what they call their #thankyoutour at Yale-New Haven Hospital on April 6 and then onto Norwalk Hospital. Danbury Hospital was their third stop with plans to hoist the American flag at other Connecticut hospitals to make sure that every health care worker knows how much they're dedication is appreciated as they tirelessly battle this pandemic.