UK off-duty paramedic praised for quick actions
James Curtis, a London Ambulance Service paramedic, was driving into London ahead of a night shift when he reached the crash site
By Sam Blackledge
The Leatherhead Advertiser
LONDON — An off-duty paramedic who was first on the scene after a lorry fell on to a train has been praised for his quick reaction.
A cement mixer lorry smashed through a wall on the A244 near Oxshott and landed on a moving train on Friday, November 5.
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