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A young woman was criticized instead of being praised for trying to save a man's life



A young woman was criticized instead of being praised for trying to save a man's life.

Fire is probably the most dangerous of all disasters. It can consume everything that it passes through without leaving anything behind. It has ruined countless of lives for so long. It's a good thing that volunteers exist. They help put out fires and even help out in relief operations.

Recently, a news was published on the internet about a young medic who tried to save the life of a man. The news became a trending topic online as the young woman receives unexpected feedback from social media users.

Peeraya Saena, or also called Nong Jaen, is a 20-year-old woman. She is a consistent volunteer in the  Ruam  Katanyu foundation, having served in the past three years. She has also taken significant first aid training, and she has relevant expertise in performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).

Saena received a call from a friend saying that there was trouble in the area. She immediately rushed to the scene of the fire and tried everything in her capabilities to be of help. Along with some other medics, they attended to a 60-year-old man named Aran Inthirom who suffered a seizure while trying to save some possessions from his house while trying to flee from the fire.

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Saena offered to continue doing the CPR that the other medics have already started to do. She further said that the streets were narrow and that it would take about 300 meters for them to reach the ambulance. Because of this, since the CPR was required until the man reached the ambulance. She explained that she didn't care about her looks, and only wanted to get a pulse and she just really wanted to save the man's life. She also mentioned that she is fully aware of the proper way of doing it and through the victim's side, but that wasn't possible to execute which is why she hopped on to the stretcher to continue the life-saving act because she couldn't give up on the man. She also added that she was in school when her friend called to notify her of the accident which explains why she was not in her duty uniform. Unfortunately, the man didn't last for long despite all the best efforts to keep him alive. She was pronounced dead at Charoen Krung hospital on Wednesday. Dr. Withawat Siriprachai who was in charge of Arun in the hospital said that the man suffered from seizures which were worsened by his diabetes. He got too tired of overexerting himself in moving a lot of items in the fire.

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People who were actually there when the incident happened and social media users had mixed reactions to what happened. Some people said that it was inappropriate to straddle on a disabled man while giving him the CPR. There were also some who found the scene of her trying to save the man as unpleasing because of her attire while doing the act and because of the positioning that she chose. Meanwhile, there were a lot of people who saw her as a hero. There were some including some relatives of the man who spoke in her defense regarding the issue. Medical professionals also gave their opinions that the correct way of doing the CPR is to be by the side of the victim. However, they said that the young lady only did what she deemed best to do in the given scenario which was commendable. The National Assembly Surachai Liangbunlertchai gave Saena a diploma for her valuable service.

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