LOOK: MMDA traffic enforcer carries sick child stuck in traffic to hospital
MANILA, Philippines — A traffic enforcer of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) carried a sick boy to the hospital when the car rushing the child was stuck in traffic.
In a Facebook post, Mit Javellana, the mother of the child, said that her son was having chills due to high fever and they were trying to get out of the heavy traffic.
When the MMDA traffic enforcer, who was later identified as Jeremi Lukban, approached the car and learned of the emergency situation, Javellana said Lukban volunteered to carry the child and take him to the hospital on foot.
“Napansin ng MMDA na sumisiksik na ‘yung kotse at sumisingit kaya lumapit siya. Noong nalaman niyang papuntang ER, nag-offer siya na buhatin na si Earl at maglakad na lang pa hospital. Maraming salamat po sa inyo, sir,” Javellana wrote.
(The MMDA enforcer saw that our car was trying its way out of the traffic tangle. When he realized that it’s an emergency case, he offered to carry Earl to hospital. Thank you very much.)
Shoutout po sa MMDA officer na binuhat si Earl kanina going to the hospital kase sa SOBRANG TRAFFIC hindi na gumagalaw…
MMDA chairman Danny Lim shared Javellana’s post on his Facebook page and commended Lukban for his good deed.
“Salamat sa pagtugon sa tungkulin nang buong puso. Hanga at saludo kami sayo! (Thank you for responding to your duty. We are in awe of you),” Lim wrote.
“‘Wag mag-atubiling lumapit sa MMDA enforcers o tumawag sa MMDA hotline 136 kung makaranas ng anumang emergency sa daan. Lagi tayong handang tumulong sa ating mga kababayan,” he added.
(Don’t hesitate to approach MMDA enforcers or call the MMDA hotline 136 in case of an emergency situation on the road. We are ready to help.)
Hindi nag-alinlangan ang ating enforcer na si Jeremi Lukban na tulungan ang batang ito na kinakailangang madala agad sa…
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