Used to treating life-threatening injuries and illnesses, Advanced Life Support paramedic Emma Westcott was not expecting to conduct a rescue of this kind on Thursday.
She was called to Newlands West, KwaZulu-Natal, where residents reported hearing a baby crying in a drain.
With the help of colleagues, Watson climbed into the drain to assess the infant’s injuries only to find a puppy.
The puppy was brought up to the surface and has been taken by the SPCA for treatment.
In other news – Social Media insults #IdolsSA’s Sneziey & her Gogo of using Tokoloshes
Sneziey didn’t care when people attacked her on social media. In fact, she was prepared. BUT THE ATTENTION SHIFTED TO HER GOGO AND SHE COULDN’T TAKE IT ANYMORE. The Idols SA runner-up wants people insulting her and her gogo on social media, saying they own tokoloshes, to back off.
“Me and my gogo are not evil,” said Sneziey, whose real name is Snenhlanhla Msomi. “I wish my mother was still alive so she can speak on my behalf.” “I don’t have a tokoloshe and my gogo doesn’t own one. I’m a praying woman! Dumi Mkokstad and Jumbo can attest to this because they taught me how to pray.” continue reading