Nest Doorbell Send Notification with Image

Hello All,
I just for my Nest Doorbell Integration to work with my Home Assistant. I see whenever an event happens it records an image and puts it in my media/Nest/Front Door: Recent Events/event@timestamp location.

I was wondering if anyone has got it so that when a specific event happens like ‘doorbell press’ it sends a notification to what I select in automation and sends the image with the event in the notification.

I can see the default automation events. and I select doorbell press but im not sure how to get the event id and link the path to the images.
I been searching the forms and so far i didnt have any luck finding this topic.

here is one I use being triggered by a binary motion sensor:

  - alias: AS Deck Cam Motion Notifications
    id: as_deck_cam_motion_notifications
      - platform: state
        entity_id: binary_sensor.deck_camera_motion
        to: 'on'
      - service: input_text.set_value
        entity_id: input_text.as_deck_snap_timestamp
          value: '{{ now().strftime("%Y%m%d_%H%M%S") }}'
      - service: camera.snapshot
        entity_id: camera.deck
          filename: /config/www/snapshots/deck_{{ states.input_text.as_deck_snap_timestamp.state }}.jpg
      - delay: 00:00:02
      - service: persistent_notification.create
          message: 'Deck Camera Motion Detected: [deck photo]({{ states.input_text.as_deck_snap_timestamp.state }}.jpg)'
          title: Deck Camera Motion
      - service: notify.pushbullet_notify
          message: Motion detected on deck
          title: Deck Cam Motion Detected
            file: "/config/www/snapshots/deck_{{ states('input_text.as_deck_snap_timestamp') }}.jpg"
      - service: notify.mobile_app_my_mobile_app
          message: "Deck Cam motion detected"
          title: "Deck Cam Motion Detected"
            image: "{{ states.input_text.as_deck_snap_timestamp.state }}.jpg" 
            tag: deck motion detected
            color: red
            channel: deck mot detect
            ttl: 0
            priority: high