“What about the police manpower gap… I should have reported 119” claims
[서울=뉴시스]Intern reporter Kwon Seo-young = An incumbent police officer complained about the ‘pregnant woman police car escort’.
On the 22nd, on an anonymous community bulletin board of an office worker, a post titled “I will stop escorting pregnant women’s police cars” was posted. Writer A, who identified himself as a member of the National Police Agency, said, “We have to stop now. It’s not a problem with the jurisdiction or system.” “I got lucky.
Previously, on the 11th, it was reported that the police rejected the request for help from a vehicle carrying a pregnant woman on the grounds that it was not within their jurisdiction in Busan. He called 112 to ask for help, but was told to “go to 119 for help.”
Regarding this, Mr. A said, “Look at the video report. It takes at least an hour for a 30km section, and moreover, that area over there is a habitual congestion zone.” If there is a violent incident like murder, what should I do with the void?” he asked.
He also said, “Isn’t it right for emergency patients to call 119 and get help?” “You can afford to call 112 while on the way to the hospital, but you can’t afford to call 119, which provides first aid and even emergency medical personnel.” It is also a problem that the father-to-be did not know the emergency room or hospital near his residence at all.”
He said, “If the amniotic fluid burst, the hospital would have informed me that there was something wrong with the mother before then, but are you a qualified parent?” Then I thought of a police car escort as if I were the president.”
He continued, “I know it’s an emergency, but what if I do something wrong and get into an accident?” “The informant showed his face confidently and came out well. Because of you (the whistleblower),” he raised his voice of criticism.
Netizens reacted in various ways to Mr. A’s post. “Myeongji and Haeundae are the polar opposites of Busan. It is wrong to designate a far away hospital as a delivery hospital”, “Why did I only ask the police three times? I was told to call 119, but why didn’t I?” When I call and tell the department in charge, I remember the customers who treat it as passing it on,” and so on.
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