Metro passenger helps young woman suffering heatstroke

A female passenger offered a helping hand to a young woman who suffered heatstroke at a Metro station in Wuhan on July 26, and then left without leaving her name.

A female passenger offered a helping hand to a young woman who suffered heatstroke at a Metro station in Wuhan, capital of Hubei Province, on July 26, and then left without leaving her name, thepaper.cn reported.

According to Hua Wei, head of the Metro station who was on duty that day, Metro staff found one of the passengers getting off the subway car seemed a bit "under the weather" and her face had turned pale, so they came to her help.

The sick passenger who was still conscious at the time thought she was suffering from low blood sugar.

Meanwhile a female passenger in blue, claiming to have medical experience, offered to help. She ascertained that the woman was most likely suffering heatstroke and told her to relax and keep her eyes open. She also suggested the woman be taken somewhere cooler.

She accompanied her to an air-conditioned room together with Metro staff and made her drink some water. Metro staff helped the sick passenger lie down on some chairs they put together.

The woman in blue then left without leaving her name after she made sure the passenger was recovering nicely.


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