Qualified medical team saved a person from snake bite in Navsari

16 teams of NDRF deployed in the flood affected areas in Gujarat and till date rescued 596 people and shifted them to safer places. The team also rescued a person with snake bite last night by qualified medical team in Navsari. They also shifted four bodies from different areas died due to floods.

Saurashtra and South Gujarat is worst affected due to heavy rainfall in the state which forced the people move to safer places. NDRF teams were deployed in the worst affected areas and involved in rescue 596 people till today. They also provide food packets and other relief materials to the people and constantly monitoring the situation under the supervision of Commandant R.S. Joon.

“Total 16 teams were deployed in affected areas and shifted people to safer places. Last night a snake bite case was attended by the medical team and rescue the person. Under the supervision of Commandant R.S. Joon out teams till today rescued 596 people, live stock, four dead bodies and distributed 2850 food packets in Gir Somnath area. Total 16 teams are deployed in various areas in Saurashtra, South Gujarat and other regions with four reserves,” said 6Bn NDRF PRO. R. K. Mishra, Deputy Commandant Vadodara.

Commandant R.S. Joon having more than 10 years of response  experience in natural and all technological disasters which includes Utrakhand disaster and Jammu and Kashmir supervise all the relief work here in Gujarat. He received decorations from govt of India and also from govt of Gujarat too during floods in 2015 and 2017.

“He has a team of expert and dedicated officers which saves precious lives and property during such natural disasters. The NDRF teams respond in quick time to such situations and save lives, preserve property, livestocks and most important maintain the confidence among the people of affected areas,” said Mishra.

We often witness such situations in other countries also where they use latest mechanism and machinery to help in the rescue works. The machines which can purify water, mud in the disaster prone areas and help the rescuers to complete the work in quick time. Such machines can be a great help to the disaster management teams in India.

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