The VTNZ Fenton Park station supervisor had arrived for work on Monday when he saw a customer in need of help. Within moments the man had collapsed and lost all signs of life.
“I was shaking,” Mr Nair said. “Someone was dying in my arms.”
“That’s what happened to my Dad. That’s what I saw. All I could do was try to save this man’s life, but I was scared.”
He said he had first noticed the man when he parked his car around 8am. He could see him on the ground, kneeling and holding on to another car for support.
“We were only just opening up. I asked if he wanted an ambulance and he said yes. I ran to the office to get them to phone and when I looked back he’d collapsed.”
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