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MMDA Enforcer Goes Viral after Carrying Sick Child Stuck in Traffic to Nearest ER

A family stuck in traffic found help from a Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) traffic enforcer who offered to carry the kid to the nearest ER because the cars are barely moving on the road.

Mit Javellana shared photos of the still unidentified MMDA traffic enforcer who helped them out. According to Javellana, a young boy named Earl was having chills due to high fever. Thus, they rushed him to the hospital, but the traffic was so bad that they were stuck.

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With the vehicles barely moving on the road, they tried to maneuver the car out of the road towards the hospital, but they were having a hard time doing so. The MMDA traffic enforcer noticed them and went to ask what was going on.

After learning about the kid’s situation, the traffic enforcer gladly offered to carry the boy, instead. They walked towards the hospital which was still a good distance away from where they were stuck in traffic. But this proved to be much faster than waiting for the traffic to let up.

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Thanks to this kind MMDA traffic enforcer, the boy was soon safely under the care of the doctors and nurses at the nearest hospital, Alabang Medical Center.

The kind MMDA traffic enforcer earned praise from netizens who greatly admired what he did for the family. As expected, a lot of netizens wanted to know his name and how he looks. With so many MMDA traffic enforcers and other persons in authority going viral for various reasons, it is great to have someone being praised for going the extra mile to help others in need.\

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Soon, netizens were able to identify him as TE3 Jeremi Jorge Ubana Lukban. Salamat po, Sir!

Photo credit: Jeremi Jorge Ubana Lukban / Facebook

What’s an ER?

An ER or emergency room is a special treatment facility at a hospital or medical facility. This is the place that provides immediate care to patients who arrive even without prior appointment. For non-emergency consultations, patients are directed to the out-patient unit or individual doctors’ clinics.

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Student Who Went Viral for Highest GWA in UP, Now Top 5 in Physician Board Exams

She went viral for having the highest GWA in UP – and now she goes viral again for ranking Top 5 in the Physician Board Exams! Wow.

Student with Highest GWA

Tiffany Grace Uy wowed netizens as she ranked fifth in the November 2020 Physician Board Exams. However, netizens were not really surprised that she achieved such a feat, considering that she went viral a couple of times for having the highest GWA in UP and graduating with Latin honors.

Photo credit: Tiffany Uy / Facebook

It was back in 2015 that Uy first went viral after graduating as summa cum laude from her pre-med course of BS Biology. She was also picked as Class Valedictorian for Batch 2015.

But Uy truly stood out with her impressive general weighted average grade (GWA) of 1.004, the highest ever received by any student at the University of the Philippines (UP) since World War II. That’s a truly impressive feat.

Uy earned praise from netizens for her genius mind. When she shared that she wanted to be a doctor, a lot of netizens believed she could easily ace through med school and even top in the board exams for physicians!

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Fast forward to 2020, Uy achieved all of those predictions! She graduated as Class Valedictorian of UP Medicine class of 2020, also receiving the Faculty Gold Medal and the Dr. Gregorio T. Alvior Jr. Award for Academic Excellence. She graduated as magna cum laude and would soon fulfill her dreams of becoming a full-fledged doctor.

Just recently, she becomes Dr. Tiffany Grace Uy and achieved the feat with flying colors, ranking Top 5 in the November 2020 Physician Licensure Exams. Truly impressive, isn’t she?

What’s the Meaning of Flying Colors?

Doing or achieving something with “flying colors” means that it was completed with an overwhelming victory, triumph, or success. For students, this often means graduating with honors or ranking in the top tier of the class.

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Siblings Sell Baked Goods to Fund Parents’ Hospital Bills

To pay for their parents’ mounting hospital bills, siblings put up a stall to sell baked goods. Their dad underwent a quadruple bypass surgery while their mom met an accident…

Siblings Open Shop for Parents’ Hospital Bills

In life, parents are the ones who are expected to take care of their children, provide for their needs, and make sure that they are alright. Yet things don’t always go as planned.

Photo credit: Vanessa Jane Navalta / Facebook

In Cebu City, Vanessa Jane Navalta and her siblings had to set up a stall by the sidewalk so they can sell baked goodies to fund their parents’ respective treatments. They did not expect this to happen, of course, but the siblings are willing to do everything in their power to make sure that their parents get better soon.

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My dad underwent a quadruple bypass on the 10th and my mom got into a minor accident shortly afterwards. So our hospital bill is already almost P2 million na,” Vanessa explained.

Unsure where they are going to get the money to fund these treatments and pay the hospital bills, Vanessa and her siblings decided to raise money through selling baked goods.

Photo credit: Vanessa Jane Navalta / Facebook

For those living near (Lahug) or those who know people living near the area, please feel free to stop by the stall my sisters’ have set up to help raise funds for my dad’s hospital bills. The stall is set up in front of Cebu Aeronautical Technical School at Salinas Drive. It’s in front of Mango Six and beside Golden Cowrie,” Vanessa called out to potential customers in Cebu.

They have a variety of baked goods sold, safety essentials, and my sister also accepts art commissions. You may also help by ordering through Barkatouille directly as well. My dad is still admitted and it’s been 15 days since so we still need all the financial assistance we could get.

Photo credit: Vanessa Jane Navalta / Facebook

People were curious why their sidewalk shop is called ‘Barkatouille’, but it turned out that they first opened the online store to raise funds for their dog’s hospitalization. When their parents also needed to be hospitalized, the siblings decided to just keep the name.

Our online business started to fund for my dog’s hospitalization hence the name Barkatouille. But now it’s to fund for my dad,” she explained.

Photo credit: Vanessa Jane Navalta / Facebook

Those who wish to the help Navalta family can reach them at 09273028716.

What’s a Quadruple Bypass?

A quadruple bypass or quadruple coronary artery bypass surgery is a type of surgery that addresses four arteries in a single operation. There are five major arteries that supply blood to the heart. A quintuple bypass is the most complicated and dangerous of all.

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PWD Donates All Money He Got from Begging for Victims of Typhoon Ulysses

He begged in the streets for his medicines. But after learning that so many people are having a difficult time due to Typhoon Ulysses, a PWD decided to donate everything he got to help them out! Wow.

PWD Donates to Typhoon Victims

These past weeks had been difficult to millions of people, particularly in Luzon, who had been hit by a series of typhoons. The last one, Typhoon Ulysses, brought floods of epic proportions that were likened to the ones from Typhoon Ondoy back in 2009.

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With so many people losing their homes due to the flood and other natural calamities, donations poured in from across many sectors to help these typhoon victims. What’s so nice is that even those who don’t really have a lot of money also stepped in to help out.

Donations came in, even from a PWD who needed the money for himself yet selflessly chose to donate what he was able to receive instead.

Photo credit: Jazz Pher Justo / Facebook – Marikina News

When people donated money for his medicines, Tatay Romy Menil decided to give everything to the victims of Typhoon Ulysses – and that amounted to Php12,390 which he personally gave to Marikina Mayor Marcy Teodoro.

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According to Jazz Pher Justo, a volunteer at Marikina City Hall, they thought at first that Tatay Romy was there to ask for assistance but they were happy to learn that he’s there to donate for the other flood victims.

Photo credit: Jazz Pher Justo / Facebook – Marikina News

Imbes na ilaan at gastusin niya para sa kanyang pangangailangan, ito ay kanyang ibinigay para sa mga taga-Marikina na nasalanta ng bagyong Ulysses. Sobrang nakaka-inspire. Sana tularan pa ng iba,” Justo shared.

Halos lahat ng nandoon ay medyo naiyak dahil isang PWD na namamalimos akala natin ay manghihingi ng tulong. Siya pa pala yung magbibigay ng tulong para sa mga taga-Marikina.

Photo credit: Jazz Pher Justo / Facebook – Marikina News

Typhoon Ondoy

Typhoon Ondoy is one of the most devastating typhoons in the Philippines. It led to damages worth $6.2 billion, mostly because the flood waters were so high. The typhoon was slow-moving but brought a lot of rain that was dumped into Central Luzon, Metro Manila, and nearby areas.

It entered PAR on September 23, 2009 and exited on September 30, making it one of the slowest yet most devastating storms to hit the country.

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