Roy Williams, from Didsbury, raced to Palatine Road to help the pensioner on Sunday afternoon but later found his phone had been stolen from his car - just metres from where he had been assisting the North West Ambulance Service
A volunteer has been left devastated after his phone was stolen as helped an elderly woman during an emergency call.
First responder Roy Williams, 68, raced to help the injured pensioner when she became ill on Sunday afternoon.
When he arrived at the scene in Northenden he saw she was ‘very unwell’ and rushed to her aid - forgetting to lock his car doors.
When he returned to his Citroën Berlingo later, he discovered that his personal iPhone 6 has been stolen from the vehicle just metres from where he had been assisting the North West Ambulance Service.(Wording taken from M.E.N website)
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