Dwayne Johnson took to his Instagram to thank the emergency service after he revealed that his two-year-old daughter, Jasmine Johnson, was rushed to the ER.
Dwayne said that the "scary" incident involving his daughter took place over the weekend and the situation called for her to have emergency service as well as an all-night trip to the emergency room.
Luckily for him, he had a group of experts around him to take care of his little angel, and in order to express his gratitude, Dwayne made a video thanking all of them and sharing it with his over 100 million Instagram fans. In the video, one can see Dwayne thanking "everyone involved", this includes doctors, nurses, the 911 operator, LAFD first responders and the UCLA medical team.
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He thanked the entire team for taking care of the family in a stressful situation. Along with the video, Dwayne also wrote, "Things got a lil’ hairy this weekend. Thank you LAFD first responders & UCLA medical team. We’re grateful to you all and if you ever need anything, I got your back."
In the video, the actor further explained what really happened and even though he did not give all the details about the incident, he revealed that his daughter was doing better now. "This past Saturday night, something happened to me and my family that I would never want to happen to any of you, but, of course, emergencies do happen," he said.
"We were up all night with something scary that happened with our little baby girl Jasmine, who is okay now," he continued. The 'Fast and Furious' actor made it clear that he was thankful for the kindness and help everyone showered the family with. "I just want to say thank you so much to everyone who was involved—so caring, compassionate and so responsive," he said.
Dwayne decided to conclude the video by letting his final words be directed towards parents who might have experienced the same thing. "To all you mommies and daddies out there, when emergencies like this happen, I would just highly recommend that you stay as calm and as focused as possible because our little babies energetically.
"They pick up on what we're putting out—especially in times of stress." The actor is yet to give more details about the incident which sent his daughter to the emergency room.
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