Some rural Indian villages in west Bengali are not easily accessible by ambulances and are miles away from the nearest hospital. This devoted man and his family started their very own free ambulance service.
During the last 19 years, Karimul Haque and his family have helped more than 5,000 people by bringing them to the hospital uwith their makeshift motorcycle-powered ambulance.
Almost two decades ago, Haque lost his mother – she couldn’t reach a hospital. Grief-stricken, he vowed not to let any other mothers in the region suffer from lack of medical treatment or access to healthcare and thus decided to launch his own mission of service.
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