On the 80th anniversary of the 999 emergency service, a father from North Somerset has praised the care and professionalism of NHS staff after they saved his son's life.
Oli Hulbert from Backwell almost choked to death on a grape on Sunday June 25 but was saved by paramedics and staff at the Bristol Children's Hospital.
In a Facebook post, his father Steve says he'll be forever in their debt. Oli has now made a full recovery.
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