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27 Mar 2023

Ambulance twins save man’s life in joint medical effort

A set of twins who work for London Ambulance Service saved the life of a man in cardiac arrest when they got the rare chance to be on a shift together. Angie Mills, a 999 call handler, and her brother Steve Mills, an Emergency Medical […]

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