7-year-old Irish boy with terminal cancer becomes honorary member of North Shore Rescue

A young boy from Ireland has the honor of becoming a member of the North Shore Rescue.

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Well-known group members regularly answer calls for help and they were able to include seven-year-old Adam.

He dreams of becoming the first responder in his country but sadly Adam is diagnosed with incurable cancer.


He has been given about six months to live.

His family filed a worldwide petition asking first responders for their support, and this attracted the attention of the North Shore Rescue team.

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Mike Danks, team leader at North Shore Rescue, told Granthshala News, “He loves the police and firefighters, so with North Shore Rescue, I immediately thought of the series we did and maybe he had to take a mission with us. But given a chance to be a rescuer.” ,

The team put together a video of a long line rescue and enlisted Adam’s help.

He asked Adam to send him some voice clips that could be used in the video.