Frontliner Who Died Due to Heatstroke Amid Duty, Hailed as Hero

Frontliner Considered as Hero After He Died Amid Duty Due to Heatstroke

CAINTA – A frontliner who died due to heatstroke while doing his duty amid the scorching heat of the sun in Cainta, Rizal considered as a hero.

Frontliner Considered as Hero
Image Source: GMA News

A frontliner in Cainta, Rizal identified as Arvic Macarilay, 38, died due to severe heat of the weather. According to the report of GMA News, Arvic is an audio technician and DJ who volunteered to help keep track of checkpoints in Cainta amid the enhanced quarantine community (ECQ) implemented.

Arvic is a member of the Barangay Community Action Group in Cainta who is involved in the arresting of ECQ violators. According to her family, Arvic became dizzy while on duty May 6 in the heat of the sun. He became unconscious and was taken to the hospital.

Although he was recovering at the hospital, Arvic then suffered seizures as his chest hurt too. According to the doctor, an artery in his head explode resulting him to die.

Meanwhile, Arvic was one of the frontliners died for serving their country amid the battle agains coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Arvic was honored for his heroism in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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