I WAS involved in a road traffic accident on the evening of October 5 on Murrow Bank, Murrow.
Two of my daughters were also in the car. My younger daughter and I suffered minor injuries but my elder daughter, who was in the back of the car, was airlifted to Addenbrooke’s Hospital with a fractured spine. Everything happened so quickly and I imagine we were in a state of shock, as I did not thank anybody who helped us that night.
I would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to the emergency services - paramedics, police and firefighters who were all so absolutely fantastic that I can’t find adequate words to express how I feel. There was also a young woman present, who we think may have been wearing a sweat shirt showing the uniformed services emblem. She supported my daughter’s neck until paramedics arrived and did a wonderful job of encouraging her not to move - I suspect she also prevented her injuries from becoming worse.
I would be grateful if you would publish this in your paper, in order that we may discover the identity of the young lady so that we may thank her in person.