A coin stuck in the esophagus of a young child. The police car sent to the doctor just stopped and rushed out a flying figure
The coin stuck in the child’s esophagus and sent the car to the doctor and police just stopped and dashed out of a flying figure
After getting off the car, Li Boliang rushed into the hospital with the child. Screenshot of the video
At noon on February 18, the child was cured and discharged, but Ms. Jiang still felt Be afraid. Two days ago, on the evening of February 16th, after Ms. Jiang discovered that her 1-year-old and 3-month-old son had swallowed a foreign body and got stuck in her throat, she rushed to send the child to the doctor with her husband and mother, but found that the car ran out of gas on the way… …
On the evening of February 16, Li Boliang, a police officer from Shehong Tuopai Police Station in Sichuan, was working at the Tuopai Town Center Health Center. He found a young couple and an anxious old man who came to the doctor’s office for help. After checking the situation, the doctor recommended that the family members be sent to the higher-level hospital for treatment immediately. The family members are very anxious and are running out of time, so they have to go to refuel the car. Seeing this, Li Boliang immediately told his family to take them to the hospital in a police car.
Ms. Jiang told the Chengdu Commercial Daily-Red Star News that it was past 10 o’clock that night, because she was worried that her child would be stuck in the trachea, and she was very anxious. She and her grandmother took the child into a police car and rushed to Shehong City. Because they didn’t know what the child swallowed, the child’s situation was also very unstable. Officer Li drove the car with the police lights on, and sent the child to Shehong more than 10 minutes later. In the City Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the father of the child cheered up and followed to the Shehong City Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Ms. Jiang said that after the child was sent to Shehong City Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the diagnosis found that the child was stuck in the esophagus with a dime, and his life was not in danger for the time being. Due to limited treatment conditions, he needs to go to a higher-level hospital for further treatment. In the early morning of February 17, she and her husband sent the child to Suining Central Hospital. Because the child had eaten soon, enough time was needed before he could take the anesthetic. While staying in the hospital for observation, on the afternoon of February 17, the doctor finally performed an operation on the child and successfully took out the coin.
“Special thanks to the police who sent us that night.” Ms. Jiang said that after Li Boliang sent them to the hospital that night, as soon as the car stopped, she rushed down and carried the child into the hospital, but the car door was too late Guan, “Seeing the child’s situation, he is as anxious as we are.”
Chengdu Commercial Daily-Red Star News reporter Yang Ling