Pc thanks staff who saved his life

A 25-year-old police constable today told of the debt he owes to the doctors and nurses who rescued him from the brink of death after he was injured in a motorcycle crash.

A 25-year-old police constable today told of the debt he owes to the doctors and nurses who rescued him from the brink of death after he was injured in a motorcycle crash.

Pc Mark Emsden, who is based at Woodbridge police station, sustained terrible internal injuries when his motorbike collided with a car in Ipswich.

Now, as he looks forward to marrying his fiancée, Tracy Squirrell, on April 6, Pc Emsden has shown his gratitude by donating more than £1,000 to the critical care unit that saved him.

For full story see today's Evening Star.


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