These are residents or non-residents of Lal-lo who met vehicular accidents, needed medical transport services, and other medical emergencies.
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“I just want to express my gratitude to Lal-lo Rescue 35 ambulance crew for the assistance and for being there whatever time we call out for help. Your kindness and compassion are very much appreciated. Thank you for the hard work and support,” she posted.
A certain Rockand Ron Bituin Quindipan and Rowland Bolando also expressed their thankfulness acknowledging the support and assistance extended by the unit when her mother and his father, respectively got hospitalized.
“Gusto ko lang po magpasalamat sa lahat . . . isapo kayo sa mga rason kung bakit humihingi pa ang mama ko. Thank you . . . keep it up. God bless,” Quindipan reported.
“Thank you very much, Rescue 35. My papa is now well and is recovering faster than expected. The Bolandos love you.” – Bolando stated.
Meanwhile, Zaldy Pascual Orantes posted on the facebook page commending the rescue unit for its continuous services to the people in need of support.
“Isang taas noong saludo sa Lal-lo Rescue 35. Mabuhay kayo!,” Orantes inscribed.
Reports from Engr. Leopoldo Colosaga, Jr. MDRRMO-designate, showed that the rescue unit has responded to 1,303 calls for assistance within the first half this year.
This includes 116 motor vehicle accidents, 504 medical emergencies like high fever, hypertension, diarrhea, and other major injuries, 1 fire incident, and 1 search and rescue under Cagayan River Incident.
It is noted that highest mark is on transport service [from a hospital to another, laboratory examinations ect.] which is 523 cases excluding the 158 birth delivery transport service.
A feature under the WeCare program, the Rescue 35 provides 24/7 quick emergency response services to residents, visitors, and travelers in distress or in emergency situation anywhere in the municipality. The unit maintains a hotline where one could call out for help during an emergency. #jencolumna