South Shore EMS Visits The Mighty Quinn

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Susan Griffin
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South Shore EMS hold up their Mighty Quinn t-shirts at Quinn Waters' house
South Shore EMS shows their support for the Mighty Quinn

Our first responders paid a visit to The Mighty Quinn earlier today. Members of South Shore EMS arrived in six trucks--with the lights and sirens on, of course! Our team bought Quinn a special, custom-embroidered sweatshirt and some EMS-themed toys.

Three-year-old Quinnie “The Mighty Quinn” Waters was diagnosed with a brain tumor and is currently home in isolation after receiving chemotherapy. Because he can’t go outside, the community has brought the outside to him by visiting the toddler at his "Quinndow."

Thanks to Quinn and his family for letting us stop by. We're proud to show our support for this very special member of the community.

Want to see more from our visit? Check out the stories below:

South Shore EMT's show support for housebound boy battling cancer with ambulance parade: WCVB-TV

Parade of Ambulances, First Responders Visit ‘The Mighty Quinn’: WBZ-TV

‘A window to the world’: 3-year-old battling cancer gets more special visitors in Weymouth: WHDH-TV

A parade of well-wishers continues for Weymouth’s ‘Mighty Quinn’: Patriot Ledger


Interested in showing your support for Quinn? Check out this blood drive on September 5 in Weymouth.