|Cyberjaya University students participated in JPAM Ops Bantu during Eid festive.|
One of the Diploma of Paramedical Science students, Mohd Iskandar Zulshah said "It is a great experience to be able to help public during emergency and panic situations while learning new things at the same time”. They were excited to share their first-hand experience working with paramedical professionals from JPAM.
|One of the participants checking the patient in an ambulance.|
Meanwhile, another student Ahmad Shakur Aslam had a different kind of experience, a reptile-related emergency. They were called to respond to a desperate call by a homeowner in Taman Seremban Jaya who reported finding a snake in his house. The team eventually caught the culprit, a copperhead rat snake (C. radiata) which was thankfully not venomous to humans.
|Participants helping a victim of an accident at Bukit Jalil.|
"It’s very tiring but I’ve gained a lot of knowledge with my involvement in Ops Bantu and its very satisfying as we were helping people who were in need” said Cleopatra Anisia, another volunteer. Yet another student, Syafi'ah Diyanah expressed "It’s a whole new experience for me and my team as we need to be on standby for 16 hours straight.”
|Students helping a patient who had hematemesis and unable to stretch his knee in Bukit Jalil.|