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Adventure And Rescue

Adventure I was in one of the military camps along Thika Mwingi road in-charge my plattone. One Sunday after church services I decided just to relax in my barracks which was called Somali barracks which was called Somali barracks. i heard aloud sound of noise which sounded like two medal hit @ other by about 4 hundred meters away our camp. I had to rash and see what was the noise for. None I reached there i found a bus and min-bus colited on head coalition. Immediately head a woman call or scream an also a baby scream. I rushed into the mini-bus and rescued the baby girl first then I went back and pulled out a woman who has some cuts burning seriously and called for St. Johns Ambulance. I also was able to rescue the minibus tax collector and four other ladies who were rushed to Thika district hospital. The rest of the passengers were dead they diet on the sport. These was my first time to attend to an accident emergency case physically after my training for first Aid Aiders.

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About This Story

  • Gender of storyteller: Male
  • Age of storyteller: 31-45 years old
  • This story took place more than 2 years ago
  • Location: N/a, Thika, Kenya
 
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