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Mum’s gratitude as stranger helps son in Kedington

By Sammi Nice

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A mum has expressed her gratitude to the stranger who helped her injured son while other members of the public failed to stop.

Nicola March’s 17-year-old son, who asked not to be named, had a seizure and fell while riding his bike through Kedington on Saturday, June 30.

The incident occurred at about 8.30 in the morning.

Mrs Marsh said: “My son was lying there, covered with blood in the middle of the road.”

Mrs Marsh’s son is recovering well from the incident and she has expressed her gratitude and thanks to the complete stranger who stopped her car to make sure the teenager was OK.

“No one stopped except this one woman,” said Mrs Marsh. “I don’t know who she is, but I want to say a big thank you to her.

“I think she was the only person who stopped. She called an ambulance and she stayed there with him. I’m really grateful.

“Before that, people were just driving past. It’s the main street in Kedington, so there were people around. After she stopped, others came too.

“He’s fine now, just a bit traumatised. I think his pride’s hurt too.

“He doesn’t remember what the lady looked like. If she reads this in the paper, I’d just like her to know how grateful we all are for what she did.”

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