Sunday, April 04, 2010
(Back then, after Wong He saved the officers, he also collapsed and was rescued by the ambulance)
Earlier TVB General Manager Stephen Chan was arrested for a corruption case, his good artist friend Wong He has been very supportive of him every since. Wong He helped him buy pomelo leaves, prayed for him and helped maintain his reputation. He is seriously a good friend. To this, as most people know Wong He used to work as a police officer before entering the industry. It turns out that he wasn't just simply a police officer, he was even involved in a case where someone attempted to murder the police, managing to heroicly save two officers in a semi-coma. The police department recently plans to publish a book where they recognize 10 of their heroic colleagues. The book will record the details of the good deeds those 10 officers done, including Wong He's heroic event of saving two officers.
In TVB series "Burning Flames", Wong He plays a heroic firefighter who has left deep impressions on audience. Couldn't believe that even in real life, Wong He is the same hero he plays in the series. It was said that in 1989 when he was still working in the police force, one morning a criminal attempted to murder the police on the 13th floor of a building on Nathan Road. Outside the front door on both sides of the elevator entrance were flammable items. When the police came to investigate of a falsely claimed burglary, a sergeant and 4 officers arrived the scene. Three officers leading the operation including the sergeant were smoked by someone, leaving them semi-unconscious. This is when Wong He comes in where he was at a nearby location, once he heard about the incident, he quickly rushed to the crime scene. In the end, he was able to rescue the officers. Wong He even remembers at that time, there was a female officer who saw the whole thing from a several floors above. It's no wonder Wong He is so generous in helping his friend out during a time where he's involved in a lawsuit.
Source: Oriental Daily
Translated by: aZnangel @ AsianEU
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