ON Monday, November 26 myself and a colleague, Judith, were taking a resident with learning disabilities from Whiston to his home at Clock Face. 

The gentleman had an epileptic fit and we stopped on a very busy road in the rush hour.

A lady stopped to help and a gentleman police traffic officer came to our aid. 

An ambulance stopped. Paramedic Robert Holt and technician Anne Orsking pulled out all of the stops to deliver care in a professional manner.

They were very calm, patient and kind and sent for another ambulance.

We all arrived at the hospital safely and the gentleman arrived home after treatment a few hours later. 

I would like to congratulate and thank our unsung heroes. 

Sheila Labdon, retired nurse