Off-duty UK medics stop charity bike ride to assist crash victim
The paramedic crew was taking part in a charity bicycle challenge when they came across a car crash
By James Chapple
DORMANSLAND, England — A team of paramedics from the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance, who were taking part in the charity's cycle challenge on Sunday, stopped en route to assist a woman involved in a car crash.
Stu Plumbley, Richard Crabb, Lewis Price and Charles Leahy were 13 miles into the Double 100 Cycle Challenge, a 100-mile or 100km ride, when they came across the accident at Dormansland.
The woman, who was in her 30s, suffered minor chest, abdominal and leg injuries and was assessed at the scene by the air ambulance team, who were first to arrive.