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.