Yang Kune, a nurse who saved a high school student on the streets of Kunming, brushed a screen in a circle of friends with local media and netizens calling her the most beautiful nurse in Yunnan.
Yang Kune, a nurse in the surgical ward of the vascular disease center of the Second People's Hospital of Yunnan Province, passed by the scene at about 7.30pm on January 2 when a high school student suddenly fell to the ground in the people's middle road of Kunming. She didn't hesitate to step forward and perform \"golden three-minute\" cardiopulmonary resuscitation on the high school student, who finally had a heartbeat and regained consciousness, before the ambulance took the child to the hospital to save his life.
“I grew up with the help of Project Hope and the community, and I will do my best to help more people in my lifetime." said Yang Kune. Yang Kun-e was the "daughter" of the Hope Project, accepted the aid of the Hope Project from an early age, served as the image spokesman of the "Hope Project to Assist Students into the City Scheme" and won the "Hope Star for the 20th Anniversary of the Hope Project" of the China Youth Foundation, the Young People's Association of Yunnan Province, the Young People's Association of Yunnan Province said.
At about 7.30pm on January 2, a 14-year-old high school student fainted on the sidewalk in Kunming City's People's Central Road, and his heart stopped, just past the scene as passers-by dialed 120.
Yang Kun' e immediately came forward to the fainted middle school students for chest compressions. \"It was an emergency and the boy was stiff, breathing and touching the carotid artery without pulsation. In the boy's already unconscious situation, Yang Kune emergency for him to do three minutes of CPR, the boy woke up.
Three videos circulating in the circle of friends show the rescue scene, after Yang Kune's emergency rescue, the boy who regained consciousness was sat up by Yang Kune and passers-by, Yang Kune took off his down jacket to put on the teenager, let the teenager snuggle up to himself and wait for the arrival of the 120 ambulance.
Teng Pai News learned from the Yunnan Youth Exchange Foundation that the fainted boy was eventually sent to the second people's Hospital of Yunnan Province, because of the timely rescue, the child is now out of danger.
Yang Kune was born in 1991 in Yuxi, Yunnan. Because of the poverty of the family, she grew up in poor health and was very thin. Her father died of illness at the age of 12, while her mother was also disabled.
Because of the poor family, reading has become a kind of small Kun E extravagant hope. No money at home, in order to be able to read, before the age of 11, Yang Kun-e did not go to school, only at home self-study, and she also has only primary school first and second grade reading for her to learn. She once drew a series of pictures of mr. mu's expedition, and the younger she hoped she would be able to contribute to the country like mr. mu's.
Fate took a fundamental turn in early 2002, no doubt a \"life-saving straw\" for the 11-year-old. A well-wisher reflected mr. kune's situation to the yunnan youth foundation and gave the painting on paper to its staff.
“Such a child should certainly do all he can to help!" In 2003, the yunnan youth foundation confirmed the conditions for yang's assistance through the hope project. At the age of 12, she finally fulfilled her dream of reading. She walked into the classroom of Heilin Pu Tuanshan Primary School in Xishan District of Kunming and became a third grader directly.