Woman constable helps save man’s life in nick of time

Whether it is an emergency, festivals or a natural calamity, the Mumbai policemen work 24/7 to ensure the citizen’s safety. Similarly, on October , a Mumbai police constable helped a citizen by taking them to the hospital in the event of a medical emergency


The incident took place on Wednesday, October 10 at around 8:10 a.m. at Kherwadi in Bandra East, Mumbai.

A woman police constable named Manisha Vispute, who was on duty spotted a person sitting on the pavement.

Manisha and her colleague was on the patrolling duty near Bandra Western-express highway.

The person was sweating profusely, looked a bit tense and complained about severe chest pain.

When Manisha further inquired, she found out that the man who was sitting on the road is Constable Kiran Sangle, attached to Aarey Colony police station in Goregaon.

Sangle requested constable Manisha to admit him to a private hospital in Andheri, where his treatment was going on.

Woman constable Manisha and her colleague Constable Nikam drove the car directly to the hospital.

He was saved in the nick of a time as per the doctors.

Rajendra Patil, Senior Police Inspector, Kherwadi Police Station

“Women police constable Manisha Vispute, was behind the wheel when the incident happened. The constable on duty spotted a two-wheeler rider, who was sitting on the road and was suffering from severe chest pain. They immediately rushed to him and took him to hospital. Both the constables showed the presence of mind and saved a life.”

Police Constable Nikam, who is attached to Kherwadi police station, while speaking to My Medical Mantra said, “It was around 8:10 a.m. when the incident happened. We immediately drove towards the hospital. He was experiencing severe chest pain. There was a lot of traffic on the roads, but we managed to reach to the hospital on time.”