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Search for a good Samaritan who rang an ambulance in Duke Street Park


On Wednesday 12th October, a woman visited Duke Street Park in Formby with her granddaughter Aria. Whilst Aria was playing, the lady, named Beryl had a transient ischaemic attack (TIA) or "mini stroke". Beryl was unable talk or to move her hands and feet due to the symptoms.

A good Samaritan rang for an ambulance and looked after Beryl (pictured above) until it arrived. Beryl's step granddaughter, Jasmin has now been in touch with Formby Bubble to help her find the lady that helped that day.

Jasmin said: "I would really like to find this lady to thank her for what she did, I hate to think what could have happened if my daughter was alone with my step-nan when she had the TIR. Please share this photo of my step-nan, Beryl to see if we can find the lady that helped."

If anyone can help, please contact Formby Bubble via email to: info@formbybubble.com

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