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FUR­THER to the photo of the de­fib­ril­la­tor out­side the fu­neral di­rec­tors (Peter­bor­ough), in the Seven­ties I was work­ing for a fu­neral ser­vice and a gen­tle­man had a heart at­tack near our premises. our cof­fin-maker was a reg­is­tered first-aider and, while he at­tempted to save the man’s life, I rang for an am­bu­lance. It ar­rived and sped off to hos­pi­tal, but sadly the gent died. A few days later, while scan­ning the obituaries in the lo­cal pa­per, I dis­cov­ered that the de­ceased’s fam­ily had en­trusted the fu­neral ar­range­ments to an­other fu­neral ser­vice!

K. S. Green, Clifton, Beds.

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