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Friday, August 19, 2011

sh*t things happened followed by one and another...

This very morning was a fine day...

Until sh*t things happened followed by one and another...

My car... had been hit at the back... the bumper and sensor off...

Thank God the driver wasn't speeding... I can't imagine if the driver was speeding and hit the car hard...my car might had just smashed?!

Once in the lab.... I told the labmates the accident that had happened...


And out of the blue, just before I step out to photocopy some documents... Dyg told me that Pv wasn't feeling well. I stepped in to look for paracetamol and when I found the paracetamol, Pv collapse right in front of me.

Called the security to get some help, and the student service came to investigate...

I did not find the student service is giving any help. All they will do, normally when an emergency spotted, they will ask for student ID and whether the student is local or international student. I asked for a stretcher and they brought in wheelchair. @%$@%^@& [Pv already collapsed, semi unconscious and did not giving any respond when we were calling, and all they brought was a wheelchair as the form of transportation. Unless they wanted me to bandage Pv at the hand and at the legs for further movements if she was to be put to sit onto the wheelchair. Last two weeks, I faced a student having epilepsy and she just collapsed in front me me too. I came to help and provide some basic first aid, and the most important point at that moment was to preserve the victim at that position and only to move her, if she was in danger. Some one commented to bring her onto the couch while waiting for the ambulance- where the victim having seizure, she at least must be in the recovery position and she had to be monitored until she gave response as the signal she was regaining consciousness. It was not comfortable that matter at that moment, it was her life that is matter.]

I hope the student service can consider to get a in house clinic for any type of emergency. Student service should take this into consideration as providing the fastest aids to victims can save lives! The time for student service to reach was about 5-10 minutes. The time for them to confirm the student ID and to get the ambulance require another 5-10 minutes. Overall, the time they took was about 20 minutes. Can you imagine that whereby the SunMed is just situated nearby in less than 1km?!

Once Pv had been sent to hospital, I went out to get my own stuff done. And guess what? The door was spoil and no notice was given nor told. The slamming of the door towards me was hard, and hit my facial bone. I hope I would not have any contusion tomorrow morning when I wake up.

I hope Pv is fine now and get some rest. Maybe some getaways to relax....

After all those bad news, at least I had the person whom hit my car pay me the money to repair the car...

And Vic to informed me to go for a karaoke session this coming weekend to relax....

Thank you...

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