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Young Nurse hailed a Hero
Started by: firefox (1493) Report abuse
Well done, young lady. Your parents will be very proud of you

Posted by: TerryW (4136) Report abuse
Well done indeed, put her self at risk to help the poor chap.

Posted by: momac (10743)  Report abuse
Bless her.

Posted by: AngelWood (173) Report abuse
This highlights the need to check on elderly neighbours.

Posted by: jo anne (32703)   Report abuse
He said he doesnít trust anyone though, so not sure you could win in this kind of incident.

Posted by: basil brush (13865) Report abuse
Well done


Let's hope nobody spoils it by posting something which is as funny as toothache.

Posted by: firefox (1493) Report abuse
^^^

Posted by: AngelWood (173) Report abuse
Joanne maybe it's time to not take no for an answer. How many more are out there?

Posted by: Reditus (289) Report abuse
God bless the people who care. Too many people who don't.

Posted by: jo anne (32703)   Report abuse
Lucy was on BBC Breakfast this morning - Clip.

AngelWood: Joanne maybe it's time to not take no for an answer. How many more are out there?

Itís how to go about it. Itís great if communities can look out for each other, but lots of people donít know who lives near them anymore. People previously independent but now vulnerable might not be known to any services as well, so Iím finding it hard to see a failsafe system at the moment.

Posted by: AngelWood (173) Report abuse
Joanne it's easy to make a phone call if you are concerned about anyone. They may be perfectly ok, but one call could save a life.

Posted by: jo anne (32703)   Report abuse
Thatís true, AngelWood. Chances are the elderly chap wouldíve had decent people living in his vicinity, itís whether they knew anything of him to be alerted to any cause for concern.

Posted by: basil brush (13865) Report abuse
Sadly passed away, R.I.P

Posted by: firefox (1493) Report abuse
He died.

Posted by: AngelWood (173) Report abuse
Joanne those of us who can, need to make it our business. Communities need each other more than ever.

Posted by: firefox (1493) Report abuse
That's very true.

 
 
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