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A family who nearly lost their father and husband to a cardiac arrest have reached-out to thank the Welsh Ambulance Service crew and highlight the work of the often unseen heroes in emergency medical care – the 999 call handlers
An off-duty paramedic who helped save the life of a school girl has been commended for his quick and selfless actions
Among them was someone who had eaten a mouldy tomato and someone who had got their plaster cast wet.
Duty Operations Manager Jenny Lewis has been awarded the Queen’s Ambulance Service Medal for distinguished service.
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