When I brought up the security reasons that may arise from late timing of EPC, some people thought it was a joke. And that includes our beloved deans, Zagainov and some students who strongly agreed with EPC implementation (thus paying $500 for palpations and percussions).
On 14th November, Tuan (real name), was assaulted by a group of 4 hooligans after coming back from EPC. These 4 hooligan kids demanded some money from him. Then, out of nowhere one of them punched him at the mandible. Tuan seems to be fine physically now. If you want to know in depth of the story, ask Tuan himself.
Fortunately, one of those hooligan kids was arrested and brought to the police station. Tuan went there to make a report. He went to the police station (which is situated near Sherbinki area) with a police car. Funny thing, he had to return back to the hostel ALL BY HIMSELF!
I did get some warnings since yesterday (13th November), that there was a report of a group of 4th year students being chased by hooligans. Then, today (14th November) I also got a report that some of our students were chased by the same hooligans at the bus stop area before going to the neurology lecture by Singapore professor in 5th hospital.
Thus I demanded to call the police squad from the 3rd hostel guards prior to leaving for neurology lecture. They knew that someone was chased but I doubt they did anything about it. Also I reported the same thing to the guard at the guard post outside the hostel compound. He was much more annoying: “This is Russia with a big population. Of course some of them would be hooligans”.
I want to report to deanery so that they can fire this fella.
In the meantime, please limit your time going out. If you have to go out, go in groups. Be safe, walk safe.
The neurology lecture by the Singapore professor was conducted at the 5th Hospital on its first day today. It was absolutely superb! I think even Professor Grigoryevna also was impressed by this Singapore fella.
But that’s not what I wanna talk about.
After the lecture finished, everyone was preparing to head home. Everyone was assembling in the lobby doing their things before getting home. It was unfortunate that Sathia (real name) didn’t see the stairs behind a semicircular table in the lobby that he fell down, open fractured his humerus, and bleed.
A group of students hurriedly rush to the emergency department to get help from the emergency doctors. They came to the stairs and assessed Sathia. Sathia was conscious. She said that this is not emergent and no orthopedic specialists working in 5th hospital.
So, she suggested that Sathia walked out from the hospital, go to one polyclinic blabla because she cannot treat him here. WTFFFFF!!!!!???
He is bleeding, obviously in pain and fractured, and yet she wants him to walk to a polyclinic???
Then she went back to call some surgeons and doctors, administered Sathia painkillers blabla. And she needed to call an ambulance to transport him to another hospital. WTFFFFFFFF!!!!!????
He is fucking bleeding and in pain, AND OBVIOUSLY STILL IN A HOSPITAL mind you, yet you need to transport him to another hospital??? At least give him some first aid and stop the bleeding first dammit!
After 30 minutes or so the ambulance came. Only then they started to stop his bleeding and apply splint at the site of fracture!
Funny thing doctors and surgeons can’t do their jobs at their own hospital. Ambulance had to come to the hospital and paramedics did all the work.
It’s certainly not a fine day for Malaysians. Let’s pray for our own safety in Russia and a speedy recovery for Sathia.