Rajeswari told media that she pulled up the friend of Udhayakumar for not rushing the injured man to the hospital…reports Asian Lite News.
A woman officer of the Chennai police, E. Rajeswari rescued a man from underneath a tree that fell upon him at T.P. Chatram area.
The woman police officer told media that she received a call from the control room stating that a man had been killed as a tree fell upon him.
“I received a call that a tree fell on him at the cemetery in T.P. Chatram, and my team and I reached the spot immediately. On close inspection, I found that he was unconscious but alive,” she said.
The man, Udhayakumar, 28, was working at the T.P. Cemetry and his friend informed the control room that he had died after the tree fell upon him.
Rajeswari told media that she pulled up the friend of Udhayakumar for not rushing the injured man to the hospital.
The inspector also said that the duo had drunk the previous night and the friend did not bother to take Udhayakumar to the hospital. The video of her carrying Udhayakumar on her shoulders went viral.
She immediately took an autorickshaw and sent Udhayakumar along with his friend to the nearby general hospital.
The injured person is out of danger and doctors said that he suffered a concussion.
Kamal Haasan hails woman cop
Actor-politician Kamal Haasan on Thursday congratulated a woman police officer who saved an unconscious man by carrying him on her shoulders to an autorickshaw and rushing him to hospital.
The actor took to Twitter to congratulate police inspector E. Rajeswari, who carried a 28-year-old-man on her shoulders in a bid to rush him to a hospital after realising that he was only unconscious and not dead as presumed by other bystanders.
Kamal Haasan said, “The duty conscious nature of inspector Rajeshwari, who is seen running even as she carries an unconscious man in a bid to save his life, is astounding. Her courage and service are praiseworthy. My whole hearted congratulations to this role model of an officer.”
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