While traveling on the Üsküdar Çekmeköy Metro line, the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) employee was trained to help the citizens who suddenly fell ill and descended from the subway at Kısıklı Station. Ibrahim Ulgen security guard, who helped the sick passenger first, saved the life of the citizen.
The metros that serve within the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality have taken measures to ensure that citizens can reach their destination comfortably and healthily. A recent incident in the subway once again reveals how important it is for the IMM staff to receive first aid training.
İBRAHİM ÜLGEN, SECURITY OFFICER MADE THE FIRST INTERVENTION
Selahattin Kovalık passenger named Üsküdar - Çekmeköy line suddenly suddenly became unwell and started to vomit by getting off the subway at Kısıklı Station. Ibrahim Ulgen, the security guard who was working at the platform at the time, contacted the station manager and brought a wheelchair to the platform area. Medical operators called by the communication operators after the first intervention to the patient transported to Haydarpaşa Numune Hospital. IMM teams reaching relatives of patients, Selahattin Kovalık continued to follow the developments in health status instantly.
Completed treatment in Haydarpaşa Numune Hospital in eight days, Selahattin Kovalık paid a thanking visit to Kısıklı Metro Station Authority. He was first welcomed by İbrahim Ülgen and Enes Demir, the station chief. He thanked İBB personnel separately. Talking about the treatment process, Kovalık said, “Doctors said that having been intervened early in my surgery and treatment process saved my life. If it was too late, negative situations could be encountered. ”
Selahattin Kovalık, who was chatting with the IMM staff for a while, left the Kısıklı Metro Station Chief.