On standby for emergencies

#OpsMASCOV volunteer pushing a patient into the ambulance during one of the inter-facility transfers.

For 22-year-old Tee Ke Ran, what started as a mere co-curricular activity in school has morphed into a decade-long passion to serve the public.

Tee joined St John Ambulance of Malaysia (SJAM) as it was part of compulsory participation of a uniform unit in school.

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