Praise for 999 crew
THROUGH The Crow I would like to thank the Royston ambulance crew for its help on Saturday. My husband was travelling toward Baldock on the A507 where there was a road accident and had to take a turn off on to the A600. He had already phoned me to tell m
THROUGH The Crow I would like to thank the Royston ambulance crew for its help on Saturday.
My husband was travelling toward Baldock on the A507 where there was a road accident and had to take a turn off on to the A600.
He had already phoned me to tell me that he was feeling really ill with bad stomach pains, but wanted to continue his journey. I called 999 for an ambulance but my husband was incoherent and it was difficult to get instructions to where he was.
My son-in-law came and took me to try to find him and the ambulance crew was in communication with us to keep me informed with what was going on.
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They found him first and told us that he was being taken to Lister Hospital. Luckily, after many tests, he was found to be all right and was allowed home - but it could have been different.
The crew was a female/male team and I would like to thank them for all their help. Not enough press is given to the good part of the NHS and the people who work in it.
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