In a post shared on the SGH website on Saturday (July 6), Lee said his father "was stranded on an elevated bridge in Chinatown when he lost strength in his legs."
While there were many concerned pedestrians who wanted to come to the elder's aid, none had the knowledge to move it without hurting it.
Only after three hours, Veloo, who is in charge of the cleanup job at SGH, passed by and immediately started helping.
Lee praising Veloo's professionalism, Lee wrote in her now viral post: "I guess because of her years of experience and professional knowledge, she was able to quickly assess the situation and determine a good cause for action."
"With their physical help and directions and together with several passers-by, my sisters managed to get our father to leave the bridge and reach the ground level to be able to transport him home."
"We are truly and deeply grateful for a kind Samaritan like Mdm Veloo," he added.
Lee expressed hope that SGH will recognize his kindness and dedication to his work. He also shared a photo of a smiling Veloo with drops of sweat pouring down his forehead, taken just after Lee's father had been brought to ground level.
"The perspiration and his broad and genuine smile really touched the heart of my family," Lee wrote.
Many netizens also praised Veloo for his considered and considered actions, and some asked the hospital to recognize his kind act.
It was a small act of simply caring for another human being, but it certainly restored our faith in humanity.
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