Warrington & Vale Royal College student helps injured child

Warrington & Vale Royal College student Sean Bradbury recently came to the rescue of an injured child, displaying a great deal of courage and quick-thinking in a challenging situation.

Sean was returning from college when he witnessed a child being hit by a car. He stayed with the child for over two hours; keeping them still, providing warm blankets and offering reassurance. While Sean was at the scene the attending ambulance was also involved in a road traffic collision, throughout which Sean remained calm and continued to comfort the injured child. 

Sean’s Tutor Andy Bramhall stated: “This is an exemplary display of behaviour from a Warrington & Vale Royal College student. Sean’s actions have shown a real dedication to the local community.”

Sean’s mother Karen Ramsden said of the incident: “I am very proud of Sean for helping and staying with the patient until the ambulance arrived. He stayed calm and caring throughout the incident and kept the patient talking and distracted.”

Public Services student Sean also volunteers for PrimeCare Ambulance Services, a company providing mobile units, medical assistance and patient transport. Sean was also chosen to become a college Student Ambassador, an important role which involves attending college-wide events and assisting staff.

Warrington & Vale Royal College as a whole is incredibly proud of Sean’s actions and would like to congratulate him on his outstanding conduct during such a serious situation.