Is this the same e-scooter hero? Guy rushes to helps cleaner who was bleeding heavily at Changi Village Hawker Centre

Submitted by Stomper John

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An e-scooter rider rushed to the aid of a cleaner who was bleeding heavily after a sink fell on him and cut his leg at Changi Village Hawker Centre on May 10 at 9.30pm.

Stomper John was dining at the hawker centre when he saw what happened.

"The cleaner was washing food trays at the sink which suddenly dropped and broke," said John.

"A sharp point stabbed the cleaner's leg and one guy immediately stood and came to the cleaner's aid.

"I thought it was a simple cut but there was a lot of blood gushing out so I assume it must have cut a major artery.

"The guy knew what he was doing and used his handkerchief as a tourniquet to stop the bleeding.

"He then helped the cleaner to a seat and adjusted the chairs so that the cleaner's leg would be elevated."

John was amazed by how well the man handled the situation and while waiting for the ambulance, he noticed that the man was riding a white e-scooter.

"I saw a previous Stomp article about the rider who used his e-scooter to shield an injured biker at Sims Rd and the white e-scooter looked to be the exact same one," said John.

When the police arrived at the scene, one policeman cut his finger trying to move the broken sink so the e-scooter rider stepped in again to help move the fragments to the grass and to clear the area so that nobody else would get hurt.

According to John, he was wearing leather riding gloves which helped to protect his hands.

The cleaner called out to the mystery hero to ask for his number so that he could return the handkerchief after cleaning it.

The guy simply told him to keep it as a souvenir and pass it on if he finds anybody else in need.

Said John:

"Whoever you are, buddy, you've got me inspired with what you are doing, helping those in need."

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