Nick Harrison started working in a barbershop on Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn when he was 17 years old. After five years of cutting hair, he gave up barbering to become an emergency medical technician and paramedic with the Fire Department of New York City and then a registered nurse at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital. Then one day in March, a colleague and nurse technician who heard that Nick used to be a barber asked if he could get a haircut since barbershops and hair salons had closed. Nick agreed, brought in his clippers the next day, and set up a space in a locker room near the nursing station. On his lunch break, he gave his friend a haircut. But word soon got out that he could give a professional-grade haircut, and he did it for free. Nick decided to leave his clippers in his locker so any of his co-workers who wanted a cut could let him know and he would find the time.
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