Cop’s heroic act draws praises from netizens PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 15 July 2015 11:56

Another policeman of the Police Regional Office-9 has put up  a heroic act by helping and saving the life of a victim of a vehicular accident that took place in front of Sta. Cruz Market the other day.

The heroic act drawn positive reactions from netizens.

The leadership of Police Regional Office-9 was elated by the comments in Facebook on a rookie policeman, PO1 Den-Al J Pasil, who saved the life of an old grandmother a victim of vehicular accident. Pasil applied first aid on the victim before she was taken to the hospital.

Mr. Nicolas Wood in his Facebook account saluted and commended Pasil, who belongs to  the Regional Public Safety Battalion 9, for his exemplary deed as a first responder on a vehicular accident that happened in the morning of June 27, 2015.

Mr. Wood said he was about to go on duty when he saw PO1 Pasil applying first aid on an old bloodied grandmother who figured in a road mishap. He personally witnessed Pasil responding  and giving first aid to the injured grandma that saved her life.

He suggested that PO1 Pasil be given appropriate award for taking his responsibilities and doing his job to protect and  save life.

On June 27, around 8:00 a.m. Pasil was on his way to render duty aboard a motorcycle.  Outside Sta. Cruz market, he saw bloodied old woman lying on the road. Immediately, he assisted the victim and he gave her first aid, before she was rushed to a nearby hospital.

It was learned that the policeman is a Registered Nurse. Imbued with skills as a nurse, Pasil  saved the life of an old grandmother.

Pasil’s splendid act was a manifestation of a disciplined policeman. It was attributed to the guidance of Acting Regional Director, Police Chief Supt. Edgar Orduña Basbas.  He constantly reminded PRO-9 personnel to always give their best in rendering duty to the public, especially in protecting their lives.

The PCOS, PNCOs and NUP of PRO-9 joinedChief Spt. Basbas in congratulating PO1 Pasil for a job well-done worthy of emulation by his peers.  — PR