Share your story on life­sav­ing on TV?

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS - By Goolis­tan Cooper

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.

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