From: Jacky Mattelaer, Jameson Road, Bexhill
On April 12 I was involved in an RTC in Sea Road, which resulted in me spending two weeks in the Conquest with a broken ankle.
I would very much like to thank the members of public who came to my aid and the wonderful paramedics who treated me at the scene.
Most of all, I must thank all the fantastic staff on Benson and Cookson Devas wards who gave me the best care.
You all made a very traumatic experience bearable and I can’t thank you enough. Our NHS is wonderful, we are so lucky!
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