Heeding an emergency call for help, hundreds of private motorcycle taxis lined up along the tarmac of an airstrip in Peru to help a medivac flight take off.
According to the BBC, around 300 taxis mobilized for the emergency after hearing an announcement on a local radio station in Contamana, a poor area of in the Amazon rainforest.
"We have always been people with a heart," Adolfo Lobo, the radio presenter who made the announcement calling for volunteers, told the Agence France-Presse.
The small plane was carrying three seriously ill patients, according to the AFP, including a woman and her newborn baby and a man with a tropical disease.
Spanish-language Peruvian news outlet El Comercio identified the mother as Melita Murrieta Valle and the young man with the disease as 17-year-old Samuel Tamani.
All three passengers made it to the regional hospital in Pucallpa without incident, according to El Comercio.