The BTP have made an appeal in order to try and find a member of the public who helped give CPR to a passenger who feel ill at Marylebone Station over the weekend.
A spokesperson for the BTP said:
“Were you the mystery member of the public who gave CPR to a male at Marylebone station on Saturday (8th December) morning?
“You saved his life and his family would love to be able to say thank you.
“Get in touch with us by texting 61016 and quoting reference 233 of 08/12/18”.
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It would be truly amazing to be able to find the male so that the family of the patient can get their chance to say ‘thanks’ for helping rather than just walking by.
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