When an earthquake of 5.9 magnitude struck Sabah, Malaysia. The tremors from the quake triggered a landslide. At 7:15am that morning, International SOS received the first call from a college student, who was close to the top of the mountain together with his school mates.
LOST POSSESSIONS, BLOCKED EARS AND MORE..
1. Lost possessions after school bus caught fire.
2. Blocked ears in Gallipoli on school trip.
3. Japan earthquake and tsunami response.
4. Swine flu outbreak during school trip in Vietnam.
5. Serious cut on playground in Vietnam.
6. Child with acute abdominal pain on trip to Cambodia.
SICK AND BEDRIDDEN TEACHER
Mark Shoreham, Senior Teacher of an Australian School was due to board a flight back home after a teaching rotation in China. Sick and bedridden in his hotel room, Mark turned to International SOS.
When a student having self-harming thoughts called an International SOS Assistance Centre, the local teams jumped into action to help.