Sunday, November 10, 2013

An act of kindness by Reggae/Dancehall artiste Demarco saved a woman's life

Demarco (c) & friends helping victims
KINGSTON, JAMAICA - Dancehall artiste Demarco and members of his True Gift Entertainment team have been hailed heroes by a group of doctors at the hospital of the University of the West Indies, following a serious car accident that almost claimed the life of a woman recently.

The incident unfolded in the vicinity of Burlington Avenue and Westminister Road in Kingston while Demarco and friends were engaged in a game of football at their studio.  Amidst the game a loud crashing sound was heard prompting the artiste and friends to rush to scene where they discovered a Honda Civic motorcar with four females and a Toyota Corolla taxi collided leaving one of the four women with a fractured skull and others with neck and back injuries.


Demarco
Demarco acted quickly by pulling the victims from the wreckage while his friends alerted the relevant authorities, the artiste then whisk the woman off to the emergency room after using a towel to suppress blood that was said to be gushing from a wound she sustained to the head.  Had it not been for his decisive, unselfish and kind gesture, doctors believed the woman's condition could have been fatal.