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Today, many paramedics will reunite with patients who literally owe their lives to an ambo. Tributes continue to flow into the News following a Facebook post last week, including Jess Dowdle's message of thanks regarding the roadside delivery of her son Sylis ray ban store usa 12 months ago. It took Linda Haynes 62 years before she needed an ambulance, but she also gave them a "thumbs up". "All was good in the end, but I have always respected the work they do, at times under extremely difficult circumstances," Mrs Haynes wrote.
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