A pair of Utah firefighters ended up with their fingers covered in purple nail varnish after they tried to comfort a little girl who had been involved in a car crash.
Battalion Chief Allen Hadley and Captain Kevin Lloyd from the North Davis Fire District in West Point, Utah, were at the scene of the the accident when they came across the youngster who was uninjured, but still very scared.
The accident happened on Saturday when the pair found the two-year-old girl, called Braelyn, crying in the back of the car.
Two Utah firefighters, Battalion Chief Allen Hadley, left, and Capt. Kevin Lloyd of the North Davis Fire District, right, let a little girl paint their nails purple after a terrifying car accident
No one was seriously hurt but Braelyn, 2, was crying and trembling after the crash
The rescuers noticed that Braelyn was holding a small bottle of nail polish and began asking her about it, in order to try and take her mind of what had just happened.
The duo decided to let the little girl give them her version of a manicure.
'Within minutes, the child was calmly painting their nails and had forgotten about the accident she had just experienced,' the fire district said in a Facebook posting.
'Great job Chief Hadley and Captain Lloyd for providing awesome customer service to one of our young citizens.'
Upon noticing two bottles of purple nail polish clutched in her hands, the rescuers asked her if she would give them a manicure which she duly obliged
'When I walked up, she was screaming really really loud,' Captain Lloyd, right, said about the toddler. He said that he used the nail varnish bottles in an attempt to calm her down
'She's never painted anyone's nails before, and