A woman collapsed from breathing difficulties at a subway station on Seoul’s Line 9 on her way to work, and a man from Sengmyeonbuji stood by her side for a while먹튀검증.
Mr. A, an office worker, posted a post titled, “I’m looking for people who helped me today at Line 9 Sports Complex Station” on the online community ‘Bobae Dream’ on the 7th.
According to the post, Mr. A was traveling to work on the subway through Songpa-gu Sports Complex Station in Seoul at around 9:20 a.m. on the 7th when he suddenly felt difficulty breathing.
He crouched down on the floor of the car to catch his breath, but his condition didn’t improve, so he decided to get off.
However, as he stood up to get off, he lost consciousness and collapsed.
He remained down for five to seven minutes.
When he woke up, he was right in front of the screen door, and bystanders shook him to wake him up and called the paramedics and station staff.
Turquoise short-sleeved T-shirt. Photo is not directly related to the article. Getty ImagesBank
Mr. B was one of the men who helped her.
In particular, he held his backpack over her head and stayed by her side until she regained consciousness. A few trains could have been missed.
“I’d like to find the young man who stood by my side, even though I missed a few trains,” said A. “He was wearing a turquoise short-sleeved T-shirt, a backpack, and Airpods.”
“I was so panicked and unable to control myself (at the time) that I just sat back and said hello. Thanks to this, I was discharged in an ambulance after all the tests in the emergency room.”
At the hospital, he was diagnosed with vasovagal syncope (a temporary loss of consciousness caused by a decrease in blood flow to the brain due to a sudden drop in blood pressure), and said, “I’m sure you didn’t have time because you were on your way to work, but I just want to say thank you to everyone who helped me, and if you see this, please contact me.”
“My hands were so numb, and I’m so grateful to the middle-aged woman who kept rubbing my dirty hands,” he wrote in another comment.
His arms and clothes were covered in a grayish dust that we believe came from subway rubber packing.
He couldn’t recall exactly what happened before he fainted.
However, given that he did not suffer a major head injury, he assumed that the train door or screen door must have cushioned his fall to the ground.