Life­saver bids a fond farewell af­ter an ex­tra­or­di­nary 40 years

Para­medic Noel was one of the long­est serv­ing in Lon­don

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world. It’s like hav­ing a friend and you sup­port each other, both in what’s go­ing on in your life and through the dif­fi­cult jobs we have to at­tend.”

Mr Thomas started his ca­reer at Park Royal am­bu­lance sta­tion Septem­ber 6, 1976 and moved to Willes­den am­bu­lance sta­tion be­fore he spend a ma­jor­ity of his ca­reer work­ing from Wem­b­ley am­bu­lance sta­tion.

He also said the most im­por­tant part of the job was treat­ing all peo­ple equally – rich, poor and ev­ery­one in be­tween.

As­sis­tant di­rec­tor of op­er­a­tions for Lon­don Am­bu­lance Ser­vice, Ian Johns, said: “A 40 year ca­reer serv­ing Lon­don is an ex­tra­or­di­nary mile­stone and the Lon­don Am­bu­lance Ser­vice wishes Noel the very best in his re­tire­ment.”

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