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Cornish Airman is Paramedic Of The Year
8:02am 23rd November 2014
A Cornwall Air Ambulance crewman is named paramedic of the year.
Mark Fuszard from Newquay has been with charity for eight years.
He has flown in more than 2,000 rescues.
He has been nationally recognised for his patient care and dedication.
Over the years Mark has also raised over £25,000 for the charity.
Chief Executive of Cornwall Air Ambulance, Paula Martin, said: "Not only is Mark part of our incredibly skilled and dedicated aircrew team, but he is also totally dedicated to this charity.
"Mark can always be relied upon to represent this charity to our donors at any number of public events, and his fundraising efforts are quite astonishing. We're thrilled he has been rightly recognised at this prestigious event."8:02am 23rd November 2014
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