Public creates zero site visitors for ambulance from Mangaluru to Bengaluru | Mangaluru Information


MANGALURU: A 22-year previous affected person affected by pulmonary illness was shifted from Puttur to Bengaluru inside 4 hours and 20 minutes on Wednesday, by way of zero site visitors.
The affected person from Arehalli in Sakleshpur was shifted from Mahaveer Medical Centre Hospital in Puttur to Vydehi Hospital, Whitefield, in Bengaluru in an ambulance of Kerala Muslim Cultural Centre. Driver Mohammed Haneef began the journey from Puttur at 11am.
The message of shifting the critically ailing affected person was shared on social media and public assist sought to make the hall site visitors free. The message went viral and peoplel lined up alongside the route between Puttur and Bengaluru to make sure zero site visitors for the ambulance. Earlier than 11.45am the ambulance reached Charmady and crossed Belur in Hassan at round 12.40pm to achieve Bengaluru by way of Yeshwantpur, Rammurthy Nagar, Tin Manufacturing facility, Mahadevapura and Vydehi Hospital earlier than 3.20pm.
Visitors policemen from respective areas made all essential preparations to make sure zero site visitors and for the graceful plying of the ambulance on the route.
Sources from the Mahaveer Medical Centre Hospital mentioned the affected person was affected by congenital bronchiectasis and was handled at a number of hospitals in Mangaluru. She was underneath therapy in Mahaveer Medical Centre Hospital for the previous three weeks. Since she wanted an emergency lung transplant, she was shifted to Bengaluru, sources added.
“That is my second mission in Karnataka. On February 7, I saved a 40-day previous child by shifting the toddler from Mangaluru to Bengaluru in 4 hours 20 minutes,” mentioned ambulance driver Mohammed Haneef.


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