Cyclist searches for mystery Good Samaritan GP to thank her for saving his life

A cyclist is searching for an unidentified Good Samaritan GP who helped to save his life to thank her after he had a serious accident.

Mr Raymond Parker's head injury after falling off his bike
Mr Raymond Parker's head injury after falling off his bike

A man is searching for a good Samaritan GP to thank her for saving his life after he had a serious cycling accident.

Raymond Parker was cycling along a dedicated bike route, running from Canterbury to Whitstable, Kent, on Friday 2 December 2011.

As he cycled, as loose shard of concrete was caught in Mr Parker’s wheel and threw him off his bike.

He landed on his head and sustained serious injuries, including a fractured skull.

A female GP and her daughter were walking along the same route and came to Mr Parker’s assistance.

They called for an ambulance, which in turn called for the air ambulance.

The paramedics later told Mr Parker and his wife that if the GP hadn’t have been there and administered the help that she did, Ray would have died.

Mr Parker would like to personally thank the GP for saving his life and his legal team need to speak to her as a witness to the accident.

The GP is female, had a Dutch accident but is believed to be a registered GP in this country.  

If you are the GP who helped Mr Parker please contact Ben Posford, from Prolegal, on 020 7743 6700.

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