Doctors and medical staff fighting the Covid-19 battle clearly aren’t the only heroes our country has to offer.
Now that many parts of the country are flooding, rescue personnel and police officers are breaking a sweat trying to save as many people as they can.
Here are our top three moments, to show why rescue personnel and police officers are heroes that deserve our recognition too!
When they saved the little babies
The Fire and Rescue Department of Malaysia took to their Facebook page to showcase their personnel evacuating two little babies among 630 people stuck in a flood in Perak.
The officers from the Kota Tinggi district police department even managed to save little babies and children from the flood in their area.
When they saved the elderly
“The Fire and Rescue Department of Malaysia is always ready to face any eventualities,” they wrote.
And when they saved the helpless animals
The Rompin district police officers not only saved as many people as they could, they also saved all the animals they could find.
At the end of the day, these pictures truly speak louder than words and serve as evidence as to why these heroes deserve our gratitude and recognition.
They’re willing to put their lives on the line not just for anyone who needs them, but also for the little critters that call Malaysia, home.
So, to all the abang-abang and kakak-kakak bomba and polis, thank you so much for your service.
What do you think about this? Let us know in the comment section.
6 Arrested For Whacking & Throwing Objects At Man At Cheras Petrol Station
Six men were arrested for beating up a motorcyclist at a petrol station at Batu 9, Cheras at 4am on...
Sabah Siblings Arrested for Fleeing With Father’s Body From Hospital Quarantine Centre
Four siblings were arrested by the police in Kampung Panji, Lahad Datu after they took their deceased father’s body back...
MCO: Sibu Man Fined For Fishing While Family of 3 Fined For Travelling Together
A 39-year-old man was fined RM1,000 after he was found fishing in a ‘ditch’ at Jalan Kemuyang during the Movement...
Kluang Man Smashes Car Windows With Helmet After Hotel Tells Him They’re Fully Booked
A 33-year-old man was arrested for smashing the windows of several cars with a helmet after he was unable to...
PDRM Launches Investigation Into Patients Seen Gambling In Quarantine Centre
Recently, there have been many videos showing the activities of patients at the MAEPS quarantine centre which are going viral....
Social Stories22 hours ago
“Best home quarantine ever” Nazri Aziz’s Wife Posts Video On Beach After Testing Positive For Covid-19
Social Stories22 hours ago
“Not everyone lives in luxury condos” Man Reveals Why Some M’sians Are Against MCO 2.0
Opinion20 hours ago
“I’m losing my 20s to a pandemic” Malaysian Youth Share Their Worries About The Future
Social Stories19 hours ago
M’sian Father Lets 9yo Doodle Art On His Car, Netizens Applaud Him For Being A Supportive Parent