Share your story on lifesaving on TV?
A PRODUCTION company is looking for fascinating stories about people who have saved somebody’s life to feature in a new ITV series.
Entitled ‘Saved’, it will tell the remarkable, brave and inspirational stories of those who have saved the lives of others in the face of danger and tragedy.
The production company Garden wants to speak to anyone who they believe has saved a stranger’s life or anybody who thinks their life was saved by a stranger who would be happy to share their story and feature in the show.
West London is no stranger to acts of heroism. Last month, getwestlondon reported on a policeman who risked his life to recue people from a fatal flat fire in Heston, and recently we told you about the off-duty nurse who saved the life of a grandfather who had stepped in to stop her being abused.
Last week, we also reported on a Brentford man who saved the life of someone who tripped and fell into the Thames.
And our heroes are not restricted to the human variety. In November, we told you about Moo the dog, who saved the lives of eight people during a fire in flats.
If you would like to take part in Saved, contact us on tms_ newseditor@trinitymirror. com with your name, phone number and email address and give a brief outlining of the story you have to tell on. All information will be passed on to the Garden production team.