Traffic Enforcer in Sipalay City Shows Act of Kindness to PWD

Traffic Enforcer in Sipalay City Touches Many Hearts for Showing Act of Kindness to PWD

A traffic enforcer in Sipalay City, Negros Occident showed an act of kindness and compassion to a PWD crossing the street.

A traffic enforcer is a public official responsible for regulating and managing traffic flow on roads and streets. Their primary task is to ensure the safety and smooth movement of vehicles, pedestrians, and cyclists within their assigned area.

Traffic enforcers are often stationed at busy intersections, school zones, construction sites, and other areas where traffic congestion or potential dangers may occur.

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They enforce traffic rules and regulations, such as speed limits, lane usage, and proper use of signals, by issuing citations or warnings to violators. They also help and guide pedestrians

Recently, the Facebook page K5 FM 96.9 Sipalay shared a photo of a traffic enforcer who dedicatedly assisted a person with a disability (PWD) in crossing a busy street. This act of compassion shows the commitment of traffic personnel to ensure the safety of motorists and pedestrians.

It is the duty of our traffic personnel to regulate motorists and ensure the security of the roads, aiming to prevent any potential accidents.

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A traffic enforcer went above and beyond by providing assistance to a PWD, helping him safely cross a busy street. His good deed went viral and garnered praise from the netizens.

The compassionate act of the traffic officer counts as a “Good Deed”. It was a simple yet meaningful act that upheld the values of compassion and kindness.

It is a reminder that even amid all the chaos in the world, there are still a lot of wonderful people who carry out deeds of compassion.

In a previous article, a kind-hearted traffic enforcer provides free meal to elderly woman

Small or large, these deeds help build a community that is more understanding and caring.

The social media users expressed their reactions to the enforcer’s compassion:

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