Breathe Easy Clackmannanshire member leaves a life-saving legacy
Published: 29 Aug 2013 17:000 comments
Breathe Easy Clackmannanshire member Henri Keziersaka sadly passed away, but his legacy will live on in the three pulse oxymeters gifted to the rapid response team at Sauchie ambulance station.
Gordon Smith, ambulance technician and first responder coordinator, said, "For patients with a respiratory illnesses like COPD it is important that their oxygen levels are monitored. That's where these pulse oximeters are an asset to first responders."
Gordon wished to thank Henri's wife Nancy and the local support group for their generosity.
Breathe Easy Clackmannanshire chairperson Linda McLeod also thanked Nancy and Henri's family for showing so much kindness and thought for others at such a difficult time.
Pictured: Linda McLeod (Breathe Easy), Nancy Kedzierska, Mark Dunnachie & Dario Salutous (first responders), Stuart Ballantyne (community defibrillation officer), Christine McGregor (Breathe Easy) and Gordon Smith (ambulance technician and first responder coordinator).