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‘Grateful’ mum issues urgent plea after daughter collapsed in car park

A mum has thanked two strangers who approached her and her two daughters in a car park.

The mum and her daughters were in the Netherton Health Center car park when one of her daughters collapsed after having blood taken.

Two men came rushing over to help, despite the mum having no idea who they were.

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One of the men offered to get her daughter a wheelchair he had in his car and looked after her whilst the mum got help.

The story was shared in a local community group on Facebook in hope of finding the men who helped during the stressful ordeal.

The post said: “A long shot I know but huge thanks to the two gents that helped when my daughter collapsed in the car park of Netherton Health Center after having blood taken and receiving her booster. I have no idea who they were. The guy that stayed with her while I tried to get help.

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“All I know about him was he had a wheelchair in the back of his car that he was going to get out however the ambulance advised us not to move her. I am extremely grateful to this man.

“I left half of my life (the other half is my other daughter) in your hands while I tried to get help/support. Anyone [who] has any idea who he is please message me.”

People were quick to comment on how amazing people can be and to wish the daughter well.

One person wrote: “There are good people about in the world!”

Another commented: “Hope the girl is ok, amazingly kind efforts from all involved.”

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