'Braved Bad Weather, COVID-19 Fears': Pinarayi Vijayan Praises Locals, Officials For Rescuing Crash Victims

Let’s take a second to congratulate the individuals of Malappuram and Kozhikode: Pinarayi Vijayan (File)

Kozhikode:

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Saturday praised the ”quick response” of the native individuals and officers in being the primary to succeed in the plane crash web site right here to rescue passengers, braving inclement climate and COVID-19 fears, “which made all of the distinction.”

The Air India Categorical flight from Dubai with 190 individuals on board overshot the tabletop runway on the airport right here whereas touchdown in heavy rains and fell right into a valley 35 ft under and broke into two parts on Friday night time, killing 18 individuals and injuring many others.

Mr Vijayan, who’s at Kozhikode to go to the injured, stated in a tweet that the quick response of the native individuals and the officers made all of the distinction.

“Yesterday, the quick response of native individuals and officers made all of the distinction. They braved dangerous climate and COVID fears to rescue their fellow beings. The lengthy queues of people that wished to donate blood was only one instance,” Mr Vijayan stated.

Twitter and different social media platforms had been flooded with photographs and movies of locals speeding to rescue the victims, arranging autos to move the injured to hospitals and queueing as much as donate blood even late at night time.

“We now have seen this many instances…when there’s an adversity, the individuals of Kerala come collectively to combat it. Humanity, the larger goodness that binds us all, is the bedrock of our society. Let’s take a second to congratulate the individuals of Malappuram and Kozhikode,” Mr Vijayan stated.

The Malappuram District collector Okay Gopalakrishnan had stated on Friday that 110 passengers had been admitted to varied hospitals in Kozhikode and the others, to hospitals in Malappuram.

The flight carried 190 passengers, together with 174 adults, 10 infants and 6 crew member.

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