LAHORE (NNI): DG Rescue Punjab, Dr. Rizwan Naseer carried out a performance review of emergency operations in all districts of Punjab to ensure uniform standard of the Service. The emergency data revealed that 52928 victims of emergencies were rescued by Punjab Emergency Service (Rescue 1122) while conducting 49588 rescue operations in August all over the Punjab, whereas the average response time was reported as 7 minutes.
In Rawalpindi, Rescue 1122, has rescued 1883 emergency victims in 1429 emergency operations during last month and maintained it average response time of less than 7 minutes. Out of total 1429 emergency calls in the previous month, the Emergency Service dealt 626 road traffic accidents, 35 fire calls, 01 building collapse incidents, 66 crime incidents, 118 special rescue operations and 583 medical emergencies
The emergency calls to which Rescue 1122 responded Punjab includes: 16909 road traffic accidents, 23773 medical emergencies, 625 fire incidents, 2459 crimes, 163 drowning incidents, 46 building collapses, 05 explosions and 5608 miscellaneous operations. While presiding over a meeting of emergency officers at Rescue 1122 Headquarters, DG Rescue Punjab Dr. Rizwan Naseer said that the Service is responding to average 500 road traffic crashes, which affect average 600 persons, mostly young breadwinners of the society. He said these road traffic accidents are preventable, which can be reduced by adopting proper preventive measures including wearing helmets and abiding by traffic rules and regulations. He further said that we can reduce around 600 emergencies daily through effective enforcement of traffic; building and fire safety laws as it has been done in most of the developed countries internationally.
These 49588 rescue operations in August include: 8147 rescue operations in Lahore, 1429 in Rawalpindi, 4847 in Faisalabad, 2904 in Multan, 2869 in Gujranwala, 1602 in Bahawalpur, 1290 in Sargodha, 1757 in Dera Ghazi Khan, 1827 in Sahiwal, 1081 in Sialkot, 1759 in Rahim Yar Khan, 568 in Murree, 1798 in Jhang, 1587 in Khanewal, 904 in Rajanpur, 962 in Muzafargarh, 761 in Gujrat, 887 in Bahawalnagar, 678 in Attock, 344 in Jehlum, 693 in Toba Tek Singh, 804 in Pakpattan, 444 in Mianwali, 823 in Kasur, 665 in Vehari, 246 in Chakwal, 770 in Okara, 656 in Hafizabad, 1765 in Sheikhupura, 945 in Lodhran, 381 in Nankana Sahib, 657 in Khushab, 328 in Mandibaha-ud-din, 774 in Narowal, 574 in Layyah, 588 in Bhakkar and 474 in Chiniot
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