MANILA – Gen. Dionardo Carlos, Philippine Nationwide Police (PNP) chief, lauded a rookie cop for without delay responding to a ask to lend a hand a woman who became once giving delivery in barangay Afga in Tangalan, Aklan on Jan. 27.
The mum of the girl sought the lend a hand of Pat. Lhar Talaga of Caticlan Airport Police Put, Aviation Safety Unit 6, prompting the latter to without delay proceed to their remark.
He carried out an examination on the patient and came throughout out that the mother had a 9-centimeter cervical dilation, a signal that the patient is due to bring her toddler.
After confirming the urgency of the difficulty, Talaga wasted no time and conducted spontaneous current transport to the girl acknowledged as Rachel Mae Panagsagan.
“Right here’s a concrete example that everyone might maybe earn diversified abilities and niches that would be maximized to render service to the public. Patrolman Talaga is a residing testimony to the rather a pair of pleasurable deeds that stoop past the likelihood of accountability,” Carlos talked about in a observation on Saturday.
Talaga happens to be a registered nurse and has ride in helping childbirth cases.
As assistant (PCR) police team relation enlisted personnel, Talaga actively conducts actions geared in the direction of bringing the police closer to the team.
“Compassion is the final expression of oneself and giving exudes a mighty feeling of pride,” Talaga talked about. (PNA)
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