Mrs. Dagmar, who owes her life to the rescuers from the South Moravian crew, thanked the rescuers with a difficult course of life. She worked as a volunteer at the Intensive Care Unit of the covid department of one of Brno’s hospitals. She considered helping others a clear choice, but she did.
The former patient met with her rescuers.
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“I thought I was relatively young and fit and that I would fight the covid quickly. But five days after the positive test, I suddenly couldn’t breathe and called line 155. I don’t remember much of that day. All I know is that someone on the phone told me I had to go open the door… and then? Then the angels came, I only remember their incredibly kind and kind attitude, ”the grateful woman recalled.
I didn’t find out later what happened next. “They took care of me and took me to the hospital. With the heavy course of the covid, I then lay there and recovered only slowly. I am extremely grateful to “my” angels, I thank the whole crew from the bottom of my heart and I would like to come to thank these wonderful paramedics in person, if possible, “their former patient wrote to them.
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After more than a year, he got the opportunity to meet. “Mrs. Dagmar and I remembered that day and tried to revive her memories, because of course she only remembers fragments. I am very glad that my colleagues and I were able to help and that our patient is fine again today. It is very nice and important feedback for us, “commented rescuer Lukáš Uher for all of them. He had a wife in his care together with Marek Kratochvíl and Pavel Domis.