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PFPI Newsletter

Hello! We at the Scottish Ambulance Service wish you a fantastic New Year.

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Scotland’s youngest ever paramedic awarded Queen’s Ambulance Service Medal

Paul Gowens, who became Scotland’s youngest ever paramedic 25 years ago, has today been awarded the prestigious Queen’s Ambulance Service Medal (QAM).

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Statement on minibus crash - Borders

Following the road traffic accident on the A6089 this morning, please find attached our statement.

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Mum's thanks to SAS crew after dramatic birth

Aimee Young, of Forfar, has praised the two Dundee-based emergency responders who assisted the birth of her second child.

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Dad's message of thanks after coin drama

Amazing work from the crews at SAS who helped a young girl after she got a pound coin stuck in her throat.
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Man who ‘died twice’ thanks ambulance crew

A company director who ‘died’ twice has sent a heartfelt thanks to the two Perth emergency responders who brought him back to life.

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Dad’s heartfelt letter to SAS crews after horror crash

A dad trapped in his car for an hour while emergency services frantically tried to pull him from the wreckage of a horror crash has sent a heartfelt letter to the Scottish Ambulance Service crews who saved his life

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Paralysed pensioner’s family grateful to ambulance team

The daughter of a pensioner left paralysed after falling down the stairs said her mum wouldn’t be alive today if not for the Scottish Ambulance Service.

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Defibrillator appeal for Restart a Heart Day

The Scottish Ambulance Service has today issued an appeal for more members of the public to learn vital CPR skills to mark Restart a Heart Day.

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Motorbike rider "lucky to be alive"

An HR worker who thought he was going to die after flying from his motorbike after a collision with a van has praised the SAS emergency responders who came to his aid.