‘Fight God of Death’: courier in China speeds drugs to woman bitten by snake

Feb 06, 2023 | 🚀 Fathership AI

A bike courier in southern China received an unusual order last week when a customer requested antivenom for “urgent” delivery saying she had been bitten by a snake.

The unidentified female customer from Beihai in the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region ordered drugs used for treating snake bites on a fast delivery platform, asking the courier to make it a priority as a snake had bitten her, The Paper reported.

Courier Yang Zhuofan was alarmed by the request and replied as soon as he picked up the order. He completed the 5 km journey in 20 minutes, a trip that would normally take more than half an hour. After arriving at the destination, he found the customer to be fine. He later said, “Now I find that the meaning of the courier job is not only to send goods to people but also to save people’s lives.”

Online readers praised Yang’s decisive action in racing to deliver the drugs to the woman in time. “This is the star we should chase. He is the role model for us,” praised a third person online.

Source: South China Morning Post

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