Book of condolence opens online for Hampshire ambulance driver

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THE ambulance service has opened a book of condolence for staff and members of the public who want to pay tribute to an ambulance driver who was killed in a collision.

Gillian Randall, 42, of Blackfield, in Hampshire died when the ambulance she was driving left the A337 and collided with a tree.

The patient she was transporting also died in the collision. A South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS) colleague and a relative of the patient were both seriously injured.

The SCAS NHS Foundation Trust has place the book of condolence online at southcentralambulance.nhs.uk/get-involved/book.ashx.

A spokesman for the service said she would be ‘missed terribly’.

He added: ‘Her loss has been a tremendous shock to all at South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust, of which she was a dedicated, enthusiastic and valued member of staff.’

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