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Heroes don’t always wear capes and these Thailand paramedics have just proved they are heroes no matter what they wear!

Sing Buri City Ruamkatanyu Volunteer Foundation shared photos on their Facebook account of their paramedics aiding injured people at the side of the road on Saturday (3rd August).

งานแต่งน้องก็จะไปเห็นคนเจ็บก็สำคัญแวะช่วยไปที ว.40ใกล้เคียงแยกบุ้งกี๋ จยย กับ จยย เจ็บ3รายไม่ไป รพ.ประสงค์แค่คนหล่อๆ…

Posted by อาสามูลนิธิร่วมกตัญญูสิงห์บุรีจุดเมือง-ฐานหน้ากระดกทีม on Friday, August 2, 2019

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What had captured the attention of netizens is the fact that these paramedics were dressed in their Thai traditional costumes while treating accident victims. The caption says that the paramedics were actually off-duty and were on their way to a friend’s wedding. However, they stopped upon witnessing an accident nearby that left 3 motorists with minor injuries.

It was very fortunate that these paramedics went to the wedding with their paramedic van. This quickened up the process of treating the victims as they had all the equipment they needed on the spot. It was only after they had finished treating the victims that they resumed their journey to the wedding venue.


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“Our team was on their way to a wedding when they got the W.40 (radio code for an accident) between two motorcycles at Bunggee Intersection. The wounded are also important. The 3 injured were treated on-site and did not need to head to the hospital.”

Touched with the actions of these paramedics, netizens left some heartfelt comments, appreciating their dedication to their job.


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“You guys are really wonderful. Thank you.”


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“Sometimes, heroes don’t need superpowers.”


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“People who need help always come first. Thank you for your help.”

Kudos to these paramedics for having such a big heart, helping those in need even though they’re off-duty! Great job!

 

Also read: “Spider-Man” Goes Viral in Kuantan After Helping Victims of a Car Accident

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