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This Man Helped The People Who Crashed His Car!

Give him a medal!
14 Apr 2021, 07:00 AM
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We’ve all seen people running amok during accidents and failing to realize the fact that it’s called an ‘accident’ for a reason.
 
People don’t wake up in the morning with the intention to come and randomly hit your vehicles, guys. So when this man dealt with the situation pretty decently, it definitely got the internet’s attention.
 
A Malaysian Civil Defence Force (APM) officer, Lieutenant Hishamuddin Salleh gave emergency medical attention to two motorcyclists who crashed into his car!
 
The accident happened when he was on his way to work (and his reaction towards it) was recorded and shared on Facebook.

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So calm and composed. Give this man a medal! Instead of making a fuss, he helped the motorcyclist and the passenger by giving them medical attention and that got him all the praise from fellow netizens.
 
His good deed was also shared on the APM Kuala Lumpur Facebook page. We also learnt that Lieutenant Hishamuddin is a volunteer fireman at FGV Kuala Lumpur.
 
 
Sometimes, all it takes during a time of panic is a moment of silence, patience and rational thinking. What’s done can never be undone. So, instead of brooding over the issue, think of how we can make a change, just like Hishamuddin!
 
Good job, we’re so proud of you!

By: Piravina Ragunathan


 
Info via MalayMail

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