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Manic Samaritons On Easter Sunday
Two Bracknell Manics
players were on their way to celebrate manic Andrew Mortens birthday,
when they stumbled across the frail, fallen and bloody body of
an elderly gran of 7 children.
Having celebrated her easter sunday with her family in Reading,
the unbeknown casualty, working her way down a flight of concrete
steps, slipped, cascading downwards, cracking her head open on
her way, to collapse in a heap at the stairs feet.
Fortunately for the stairs victim, Elliott Fairs and Lee Wilcox
fatefully came to her aid. Both qualified first aiders, they
assesed the situation in seconds, knowing time was of the essence!
Calming the casualty, whilst examining the injury, the manic
players knew hospital treatment was essential, despite the victims
Ensuring the appropriate treatment was given, the two samaritons
escourted the lady back to her home where her local warden took
control of the situation, making sure hospital treatment was
After possibly saving a human life, Lee Wilcox said "i'm
just glad we was there at the right time and were capable of
treating the wounded"
Fairs & Lee Wilcox -
Manics to be proud of!
for Bracknell Manics FC