The Fire and Rescue Department is known to be helpful in difficult situations when someone is trapped in the car or elevator, or, when wild animals appear at our premises.
Bomba Alor Setar shared an interesting incident onto their Facebook page yesterday (14 December), mentioning that they received a report about a “wild animal” trapped inside a cabinet. Upon receiving the emergency call that night, they immediately dispatched a fire engine, Personal Protection Equipment (PPE), as well as all the equipment to a residence in Anak Bukit.
While the firemen were well-prepared to fend off the beast, they were definitely surprised that the beast had a pair of little wings. It turns out the wild animal that prompted a resident to call “999” was a FLY.
Alamak, we can’t believe someone called 999 because of a FLY!
In the Facebook post, our abang Bomba said this incident had created history for the entire Alor Setar Fire and Rescue Department. The post was ended with a string of hashtags that read #KamiJugaManusia, #AbamBombaLariMalam, #ServeWithHonour, #ThinkPositive.
We guess that they were absolutely disappointed about this beast although they tried to laugh it away.
While we are quite entertained by this hilarious encounter, we couldn’t help but think it was such a waste of resources by making the whole firemen team help get rid of a tiny fly. Pro tip: Get yourself a fly swatter, and please don’t abuse the emergency number.
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