Did you help Welwyn Garden City crash cyclist?
A CYCLIST who suffered several broken bones after crashing his bike has made an appeal to the woman who helped him after his accident.
Steven Davis was cycling to work along the B1000 towards Hertford on Wednesday, July 21 at around 6.45am, when he came off his bike just past Panshanger Aerodrome.
The 46-year-old, above, broke two ribs and his collarbone in the accident, and has only recently returned to work as a production engineer at GlaxoSmithKline in Ware.
Now he is appealing for people who saw the accident to come forward, in particular, a woman who helped him.
“It looked like she might have been a nurse, or a care worker,” said Mr Davis, from Digswell Park Road, WGC. “I have a vague recollection of her wearing a uniform, but I was in shock and can’t be sure.
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“I’d just like to say thank you and get her some flowers or a box of chocolates. It’s not often these days people stop to offer their help.”
If you are the person who helped Mr Davis, or you saw the accident and have any information, call him on 01707 322718.
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