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If you give us your views, we will acknowledge them in a letter that will be sent to you within three working days of receipt. If you have concerns or wish to make a complaint, we will aim to resolve it efficiently within a timescale agreed with you or within 25 working days.

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CARDIAC ARREST SURVIVOR TO BE REUNITED WITH THE PARAMEDICS WHO SAVED HIS LIFE
The 27 January 2016 was a normal day like any other for Austin Bamford from Nailsea until he experienced acute abdominal pain before collapsing. At the ambulance station nearby, paramedic Gill Shellard and emergency care assistant Michelle Foster had just returned to station for a well-deserved protected meal break eight hours into their shift, when details of the call came in. They volunteered to attend immediately and soon arrived on scene, at which point the patient was conscious, breathing and alert. The results of an initial assessment showed that he had an irregular heart rhythm and he collapsed in cardiac arrest soon after. He was successfully resuscitated before a further medical team arrived.
27/06/2016

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