It was a quiet Sunday afternoon. Hatzala Beit Shemesh – RBS A, G, G2 CEO Moshe Braun and another responder were about to depart the office to get some fuel. Normally, HBS purchases fuel at the Paz station in Zakaria. Today, though, Moshe and the responder has a few stops to make – and started a series of events that put the ambulance exactly where it needed to be when an emergency happened.
Trying to get out of the office proved to be more difficult than thought. Preparing for the Chanuka party, day-day banking and operations stuff kept coming up. Finally, Moshe and his partner were able to get out. After a few stops in a couple of places, Moshe headed towards the Scheinfeld Shopping Center to pick up a piece of equipment. We can count on one hand how many times our ambulance has been at the Scheinfeld Shopping Center.
As Moshe pulled into the parking lot, he and his partner noticed a lady standing by her car. Her car was parked facing into the parking spot, door open, with her back to the car. Suddenly, her car starting moving backwards, the door slowly beginning to push her.
Recognizing the immediate emergency, Moshe, who was driving the ambulance, started sounding the horn to warn the women. In the meantime, Moshe’s partner quickly unbuckled his seatbelt and ran from the ambulance. At this point, the car was about to push the lady over, and potentially shoving her under the car tires.
Without a second to lose, the EMT was able to enter the open door and pull the handbrake, causing the car to come to a stop.
The woman, having just came from the Kupat Cholim,explained that she was confused, She started her car, put it into reverse, and got out.
Hashem puts people where they need to be at the time they need to be there! Kol Hakavod to the HBS personnel involved in this story.
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