JNU sends out rescuers to Yushu
It is 2,000 metres above sea level here. The freezing coldness and the strong wind and dust are very challenging. We have only dry provisions for food. And we have the slight symtomps of altitude sickness: dizziness. Our noses and lips are very dry. But we can overcome it and there is only one thought in our minds as it is in all other rescuers minds: save people s lives as many as possible , said Yu Ruimin and Huang Hui, members of the rescue team of Guangdong Province, from the 1st affliated hospital of our university.
The 27 crews of the medical rescue time of Guangdong Province set out from Guangzhou Baiyun airport in the early morning of the April 15th. Five hours later, they arrived the Xining Airport of Qinghai Province. Althought they planned to stear to the quake zone as scheduled before, they were arranged to settle down in Xining to provide medical service to the injured transmitted from the quake zone, including quake survivors and rescuers suffering from altitude sickness.
Post Date:2010-4-21 Click Times:348