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Russian first responders save life of Swedish national in Stockholm

December 07, 16:43 UTC+3 ST. PETERSBURG

A team of ambulance paramedics from a St. Petersburg-based private first aid service who happened to be in Stockholm saved the life of a Swedish national, who felt sick along the capital’s street

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ST. PETERSBURG, December 7. /TASS/. A team of ambulance paramedics from a St. Petersburg-based private first aid service who happened to be in Stockholm saved the life of a Swedish national, who felt sick along the capital’s street, the company’s spokesperson said on Thursday.

The ambulance paramedic team arrived in Stockholm to transport a Russian citizen from a local clinic to St. Petersburg. They spotted a man lying on a Stockholm road and stopped to give him first aid.

"They saw that the man was sick. They just couldn’t have driven by. They stopped to give him first aid and then handed him over to Stockholm paramedics. They are our heroes," the spokesperson said.

She did not specify what had happened to the Swedish national.

She added that the team had returned to St. Petersburg on Wednesday.

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