Rescue team sings to save pregnant woman climbing to top of 25m high water tower
On the afternoon of March 13, the Fire Brigade – Rescue and Rescue Team (CC-CNCH) No. 1, Police Fire Prevention and Fighting Department – Dak Lak Provincial Police Department said that the unit has succeeded in rescuing the case of a pregnant woman. climb to the top of the Water Tower at Dak Lak Mental Hospital (Thanh Nhat Ward, Buon Ma Thuot City).
Initial information said, at around 04.40 on the same day, the fire department received a report of a mentally ill woman climbing a 25m-high water tower. Soon, the soldiers from Team CC-CNCH No. 1 arrives at the scene and deploys a rescue plan.
The rescue team climbed the waterfall to save the victims.
Through verification, the woman mentioned above is NTD (25 years old, domiciled in Krong Nang District, Dak Lak Province) who is 5 weeks pregnant, has Covid-19 and has a mental disorder. Faced with this situation, the soldiers were equipped with personal protective equipment to prevent Covid-19 infection and proceeded to climb the water tower.
However, at this time, the female patient fell from the water tower and stuck to the cable next to the water tower. At this time, 4 soldiers immediately climbed up the water tower.
However, due to the slippery and very steep surface of the tower, the rescue work encountered many difficulties. On the other hand, the patient was constantly reacting, cursing, struggling, and spitting on the oncoming soldiers.
Rescue team trying to save
The CC-CNCH Team Commander said: “The patient reacted very violently, fearing he would fall in danger of life, so the soldiers pushed him away. The pregnant woman asked the soldiers to sing for her to save her. So the soldiers just held on to the wires, sang to reassure and hugged the patient tightly. tightly and took him to the rescue ladder.”
After 15 minutes, the pregnant woman was rescued and brought to the ground safely and handed over to the hospital for treatment and monitoring.
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