- A young man recently headed online to share a heartwarming story about saving someone's life
- According to his post, he was running late for work, and when he arrived, a woman had collapsed outside the door of his workplace
- Many have commended him for being a true hero who stopped at nothing to save the young woman in need
It's not every day you get the opportunity to literally save someone's life. A young man recently had the opportunity and he grabbed it with both hands. Taking to Facebook's ImStaying, Nelson Poeticlee shared how he saved a woman who was having an asthma attack.
He wrote on Facebook:
"Arriving late at work made me save someone's life, that's why I am staying. As a health e-news journalist and clicks pharmacy intern. Yesterday I arrived at work(clicks) late, when I arrived I found a woman who collapsed.
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"Struggling to breathe at the door, I didn't know what was wrong with her but I ran to help the woman, as she was struggling to breathe, I asked her what was wrong she slowly spoke saying "asthma, asthma asthma", I knew the woman wanted to buy an asthma inhaler in the store but collapsed.
"I left the woman for a second ran knocked on the store door so hard like a crazy person, our shop management team, staff came running and opened the door I carried the woman inside. The pharmacy Manager and team came running, they treated her until she got well.
"My concern was saving her life that was my goal, no matter the circumstances, whether it was asthma or not but I couldn't leave her there on the floor alone .she was just a stranger,a customer but her life is worth, and saving her life was my goal #tag I am nelson abasi and that's why I'm staying."
Locals had this to say:
Dina Taylor said:
"Another of our Rainbow Nations's Heroes."
Alice Lebelo said:
"You are a Hero."
In a previous report by Legit.ng, a video emerged in which a family saved a bear cub's life by pulling a food container off its head as it desperately swam in a lake in Wisconsin, United States.
Tricia Hurt, her husband Brian and son Brady were boating on Marsh-Miller Lake in Wisconsin, when they saw that the animal needed help.
Risking his own life to save the baby bear, Brian yanked the tub off its head as the confused animal made an attempt to claw at his hands.