Ambulance driver in India rushes to save lives

Ambulance driver Izhaar Hussain Shaikh works for HelpNow, an initiative started by three engineering students in 2019 to help the stretched services of first responders Mumbai, India.

In a city with a history of ambulance shortages and where the coronvirus pandemic has claimed over 1,300 lives, every bit of help counts.

The 30 year old ambulance driver admits that he is frightened but tells himself its his way of helping those in need during this crisis.

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