Police and 4X4 enthusiasts are shuttling Nurses to and from work after a blizzard dumped as much as 42 inches of snow in areas across the Northeast. The record-setting blizzard impacted travel conditions, but it didn’t stop New Jersey police or Seven Hills Jeep Club from driving Nurses to work.

Humvees coming in handy today transporting nurses and doctors to the local hospitals for their shifts.

Posted by Borough of Tinton Falls Police Department on Saturday, January 23, 2016

Police with the Borough of Tinton Falls Police Department drove Humvees to bring healthcare professionals to area hospitals for their shifts.

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In Virginia, members of the Seven Hills Jeep Club gave more than 150 rides to and from an area hospital.

If you are struggling to get to work because of the winter storm, check with your area police department or sheriff’s office to see if they’ll offer you a ride to work. Thanks to all the agencies and volunteers who’ve given rides to Nurses and allowed them to continue to comfort and restore lives across the nation.

Has anyone experienced a situation where you had to rely on emergency services or good Samaritans to take you to work?

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