April 29 A man in the Indian state of Jakand drove 1,300 kilometers in 24 hours to deliver oxygen to his friend after learning that his friend infected with coronavirus lacked oxygen, The India Today reported Thursday.
Reported that the Indian man Devondra from the phone learned that a friend of coronavirus test positive, and the hospital can provide him with oxygen only 24 hours, because the hospital medical oxygen shortage, the family can not buy oxygen for him, so Devondra decided to find oxygen for friends.
He got on a motorcycle and drove 150 kilometers to get in touch with the owner of a gas factory, who, upon learning of the situation, provided him with oxygen cylinders free of charge.
Devendra then borrowed a car from an acquaintance and drove 1,300 kilometers, delivering oxygen to a friend’s hospital 24 hours later. His friend is now in better health as a result of getting oxygen in time.
Reported that before, Devondra had a friend who also infected coronavirus, but died of ineffective treatment, this sad memory and friends desperate for help, prompting him to complete the 1300 km oxygen journey to save his friend.