Don't Click when you can Save

This is my second post about the incident. I have tried a timeline here to work out how someone could have been saved. When a train derailed in Mumbai and 17-year old Dhaval Lodaya lost his life as medical help did not arrive till 90 minutes, here's how people clicking photographs could have managed to get him help in not more than 40 minutes. Perhaps, he could have been saved. Please READ here and Share, so that God forbid, if something like this happens the next time, people are prepared.

1 comment:

  1. I have always thought the same thing. I get the documentation aspect, but when lives are on the line, I don't understand not helping. My brain and body just comprehend watching suffering and doing nothing about it. Thank you for sharing!


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