Man helps food delivery rider who collapsed, delivers order for him

Despite the essential work they do, there's no denying that food delivery riders are often woefully underappreciated.

Fortunately, one driver was ready to offer a helping hand when a food delivery rider collapsed en route to a customer.

In a Facebook post today (June 4), Kelvin Tay recounted that he had spotted the rider while he was on his way home after dropping his child off at school.

The man "suddenly collapsed" along with his motorcycle on the road and appeared to be "very pale".

Tay immediately got out of his car to check on the man, who was complaining of "stomach pain".

Concerned, he asked the rider to take a rest, but the rider insisted on completing his delivery order.

It was only when Tay offered to escort him home and deliver the order on his behalf that he relented.

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The harsh conditions under which couriers have to work are appalling. I'm sorry they're being driven to exhaustion.


For some reason, many underestimate the delivery service and think that this is an easy job. In fact, you are right, and this is hard work since the couriers often do not even have time to eat lunch. This also applies to large parcels, especially if they are fragile. Due to the human factor, parcels can get lost at any delivery stage. To reduce the risk of loss, a special site for tracking parcels. The user can track and see the package's progress by entering the barcode number on the website. The parcel's status contains a step-by-step change in the location of the parcel at the moment. The risk of losing the parcel is less, and there are more satisfied customers.
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