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One of the worst riots in Singapore’s history was the Maria Hertogh riots in December 1950 that ultimately led to 18 deaths and 173 injured.
Tom Eames Hughes, head of the Social Welfare Development where Maria had been under the care of from April to July 1950, tells his first-hand account through the link on bio on NewspaperSG in 1981:
i couldn't find the piece i wanted to post amidst the thousands of other scraps so have this shitty blend i made over a year ago instead
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One of the most essential pieces of kit wether be a first aid bag or trauma kit, tourniquets are amazing bits of kit, these are to be applied it an arm or leg to stop a major bleed. A tq should be placed 2-3 inches above the wound and not on a joint. It high and tight which is the method most people go for. Under tccc guide lines tqs can be left on for 2-3 hours with out any risk of major damage however it have been proven tqs can be left on for several hours. Both of these are cats they are my personal favorite how ever their are so many more options. #tccc#medic#firstresponders#trauma#casualty#tourniquet#northamericanrescue
I really liked Nathan as a character and Ben‘s acting was fantastic. He was similar to Nick Tilsley, but with very noticeable differences. For example, Nathan was more blunt and upfront than Nick, yet he was more aloof and kept his emotions very private. Despite Nathan being portrayed as a villain (he was quite a bully), I honestly thought he was a very misunderstood person.
Ben did an excellent job of portraying a multi-layered and misunderstood character who had a good side and a bad side #nathanspencer#casualty