We, as a family, want to say a HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who responded last Monday [15th January] when our daughter's car left the road about 8 miles outside Aberystwyth.
She was trapped in the car, in the dark,on her own, no witnesses and very disorientated by rolling the car down a pretty sharp incline.
From the lovely lady [I'm sorry names are a bit of a blur] who kept talking to her until she was found and then rang us,the Ambulance, Police and Fire service and the team at the hospital who looked after her whilst we headed 6 hours across country- Thank you. Diolch yn fawr.
Our daughter walked away with cuts and bruises and soft tissue injuries. Her guardian angel working over time.
I've worked in the NHS [as a nurse, A&E sister, midwife, health visitor] the past 36 years. I know the NHS is the greatest but this, very personal experience has been a humbling experience.
I do wish we had the name of the ambulance control operator to thank personally. We get so many complaints I know how important it is to get praise. Thank you. Thank you from all of us.
Our daughter was a very special gift to us and because of the team on duty last Monday we have our special girl, battered, bruised but very much alive in her own bed at home.
We'll be celebrating her birthday soon and will raise a glass to you, our friends, our heroes.