Hero Biker Helps Father Get Unconscious Daughter To The Hospital Through Heavy Traffic #WATWB #24

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May 31, 2019

This is the incredible moment a hero biker saved the life of a young girl having an epileptic fit by rushing her to the hospital while her family was stuck in a traffic jam.

biker helps girl get to hospital in traffic jam
Credit: Viral Press

The girl’s father Sorachat Sadudee, 51, was driving home after picking up his two daughters from school in Phitsanulok, central Thailand last week.

His youngest daughter Kaimook, 8, told him that she felt sick and very tired, so he tried to make his way home as quickly as he could.

But the girl had a potentially deadly seizure and started to foam at the mouth before she eventually passed out on the passenger seat while they stuck at a junction.

The father was trying to drive the child to the nearest hospital but he was stuck in heavy traffic. So, he opened the window and shouted for help.

Passing biker Itthiphon Petchphibunpong, 28, noticed the panic-stricken family inside the black sedan frantically trying to wake the girl up. He offered to ride her to the hospital.

Footage shows the motorcycle weaving through rows of cars waiting at junctions.

Kaimook finally arrived at the emergency ward within four minutes – far quicker than her father would have been able to have arrived if he had stayed in the traffic jam. She was saved and later transferred to another hospital.

“I couldn’t thank him enough for his kindness,” Sorachat said. “He saved my daughter’s life. As soon as she is fully recovered, I’ll take her to meet him and thank him again in person.”

Watch the video below.

 

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Categories: Fun, Media, WATWB

17 Comments »

  1. This world is not as bad as it looks. A wonderful heartwarming story. It just shows there are many kindhearted people amongst us. Thanks for sharing this on #WATWB
    — Pradeep | bpradeepnair.blogspot.com

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    • I was so amazed and scared as he drove thru traffic risking his own life to save this girl. He is a hero, it would be nice and probably have less stress, if the news would include two or three short good stories. It would remind us daily how great this world is. This is my favorite story so far. I can’t wait for my husband to see it. Have a great day.

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  2. Thanks for being part of #WATWB this month and sharing a wonderful life-saving story. Itthipon is a courageous and caring individual in saving the young girl’s life. Her family will be eternally grateful to him and forever see the value in a motorcycle.

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