Drowned Boy Fails To Receive First Aid Because His Parents Are Not Around
This just happened in Ginatilan, Cebu.
Posted on: Friday, May 22, 2015
They try nga mabuhi pa ang bata sa dihang niabut ang inahan.taud taud naman ni sya nga nabangalan sa mga mananagat didto ni sya sa seawall nalumos kauban sad ang usa nya ka igsoon nga nalumos pud. Kay wala may mo hikap sa bata kay wala pa daw ang tagtungud ask lang ko ani nga klasi sa pangihtabo magkinahanlan pa diay ta ug mga tagtungod or mag paabut ta nga moabut ang pulis usa ta mo tabang?
Posted by Maria Ovalo on Saturday, May 16, 2015
GINATILAN, Cebu — A video posted on Facebook shows a distressed mother as she holds her son who was said to have drowned.
Furthermore, the video shows how most of the people reacted to it — by swarming around the victim instead of calling an emergency unit for help.
Maria Ovalo, the owner of the video, stated in her post:
The child could have been revived if these people knew how to deal with an emergency like this.
More netizens were outraged:
Some also asked why the people had to wait for the victim’s mother before they responded.
This scenario is yet another PROOF that it is really important for us to learn how to give First Aid.
We MUST learn from this. Read Maria Ovalo’s post again with emphasis.
In case of emergency, you may call 117 (National Emergency Phone Number) or any nearby hospital so that they could send an ambulance and paramedics. Read and learn First Aid basics to help save lives, especially your family.