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Appeal to find mystery guardian angel after Ash collision

Ash crash

Published by the Eagle Radio News Team at 12:50pm 13th February 2018. (Updated at 6:09pm 13th February 2018)

A Farnham mother and her daughter are on a mission to find the stranger who stopped to help them after a major collision in Ash.

It happened on Saturday night in Aldershot Road at around 9pm.

Two cars - a blue Volkswagen Golf and a blue Ford Fiesta - were involved in the crash

Fire crews had to cut three people free - five were taken to hospital with serious injuries. 

Nicki was one of those trapped.

She told Eagle she was unable to help her 17 year old daughter Georgia - who she said was "screaming, and holding her arm in extreme pain, and just wanted to get out of the vehicle." 

Nicki said a man suddenly appeared and helped Georgia out and took her to the side of the road.

Nicki told us: "He took her and got a blanket, and wrapped the blanket round her, and he was reassuring her, talking softly, saying "your mum's going to be ok." 

She said the man - who she thinks could be in his thirties - stayed with Georgia until the emergency services arrived.

She said she was blown away by his kindness, especially as he had left his wife and two babies in his car, to come to their rescue.

"I was being cut out of the car just after she (Georgia) had gone so I never got to see him or thank him.

"He was there looking after her and then he disappeared."

Nicki was taken to the Royal Surrey and is back home recovering from internal and external bruising.

Georgia broke some of the bones in her hand and sprained her ankle.

Now, she and Georgia want to thank the man for his kindness: "He was completely selfless.

"He was incredible - just to stop and be there for us.

"It would be nice to actually meet him and his family and thank him properly.

"I would really like him to get in touch with me and my daughter because we want to say thank you, and meet them again, to say thank you for what he did."

Nicki also said she would like to thank the Fire Services and the Royal Surrey for their care.

 

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