Laurent Colasse, founder and president of resqme received the morning of November 6th, the international message and testimony of Daniel Katzensteind Director of Relations for United Hatzalah of Israel. It was with tears that the president of resqme discovered the breathtaking story of a one month child, trapped in a heated car. Laurent Colasse was honored to share the story of the child with his resqme rescue.
A passerby of the Modi city ‘ in lllit witnessed a child, left in a vehicle, considering the time of being 25 minutes under overheated glass. After several audits of parents in the surrounding area and several attempts of door openings, the United Hatzalah volunteer arrives.
After an alert of a baby locked in a vehicle, volunteers of Hillel to United Hatzalah provides security tool the resqme, saving the life of a one month child.
This small tool helped break the glass in a second to reach the child in distress.
The released baby was immediately transferred to the nearest hospital, where he was taken care off. United Hatzalah volunteers have demonstrated their rapidity to come at the place of the incident in only a few minutes. United Hatzalah is the first medical responder network centralized on arriving on the scene of an accident in less than three minutes.
￼Laurent Colasse was moved by the event last Wednesday, his donation of his product to the United Hatzalah volunteers, is a real gift for life. Last spring, a presentation of United Hatzalah of Israel are broadcast on the CNN website.
The president of resqme, Inc., is touched by the values of honesty and loyalty of each 2100 volunteers, he gets in contact with its founder, Eli Beer during his visit to France and offers the Association 2400 road safety tools, the resqme.
Laurent Colasse wants to allow the volunteers of the association and its networks to save more lives every day, without differentiation of sex, race or religion. The resqme team shared its action on Wednesday just to add to the performance of United Hatzalah volunteers. This group is the largest association of a medical emergency in Israel; independent, non-profit, association is composed entirely of volunteers of all backgrounds. The volunteers who arrived on the scene by car, sometimes on scooters, provide first aid until the paramedics takes over. Hatzalah team works collectively to ensure more rapid and effective medical intervention. Exclusive development GPS technology improves the quality of the intervention by letting the volunteers close to the scene of the accident to come faster. Their objective is to arrive on-site in 90 seconds.
Volunteers of United Hatzalah A keychain to save lives
By supporting this volunteer network, resqme, Inc. helps save more lives every day. The team is pleased to be a part of this chain of life.