Meet Shravan Verma: The modest medic who helped an accident victim and won netizens' hearts

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On Oct 7, Dr Shravan Verma, 30, was on his way to see a patient in Jurong when he saw a man lying on the road near Lau Pa Sat. The India-born Singapore permanent resident helped to stabilise the victim while waiting for an ambulance.
Dr Shravan Verma admits to being "flattered, and a bit surprised" by the attention he has received. ST PHOTO: SYAZA NISRINA
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SINGAPORE - After stopping to help a motorcyclist who was injured in an accident, Dr Shravan Verma became an Internet sensation - but it seems it is not just his kindness and medical skills that have set pulses racing.

Along with the 4,000-plus "likes", his story on The Straits Times Facebook page has attracted comments like "good looking man with a good heart", "ohhh soooo cute" and even "I want to marry you".

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