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Ambulance bravery award

27th June 2007

The 70th anniversary of the ambulance service is being marked by the introduction of a new medal for bravery for ambulance workers.

The Queen’s Ambulance Service Medal will be awarded for an outstanding contribution to the national or local development of the ambulance service, as well as for demonstrating commitment and acts beyond the call of duty.

It will be bestowed by the Queen in the same way as the Queen's police and fire service medals are. London Ambulance Service chief executive Peter Bradley said the award was fantastic news for the service.

 

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Article Information

Title: Ambulance bravery award
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 3266
Date Added: 27th Jun 2007

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