27th November 2019, 1930 Sebert Wood Community Primary School, Bury St Edmunds
Audio testimonial from former SARS patient, Harry Richardson
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Attending patients involved in serious road traffic collisions continues to be a significant part of our voluntary critical care response.
The Bardwell Tractor Run on October 19th in aid of SARS and Bury St Edmunds Samaritans was an amazing success
Lyndsey Collier was driving on the A131 near Sudbury when she was involved in a serious road traffic collision with a bus.
Otis was a young baby who fell very ill
Andrew Wilding, a father or two, suffered a cardiac arrest
This could have happened to anyone. I feel that I have been very lucky.
Samantha Turner, 45, suffered a cardiac arrest in Ipswich. A SARS volunteer team was mobilised to provide specialist critical care.
Brian Baker’s car was involved in a collision with a lorry on the A140. He sustained critical head and facial injuries and was trapped in his vehicle for nearly an hour.
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