From the Jewish Chronicle:
Bleetman’s day job is as a clinical director in urgent care in Kettering and a consultant in emergency medicine at St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington. But, as a self-confessed adrenaline junkie, he would much rather be in the field somewhere, surrounded by “blood, mud and snot”.
He has written a book, called You Can’t Park Here, about his exploits in the air ambulance — an incident-strewn career which includes landing in a prison yard, destroying a coop-full of chickens when the chopper touched down next to an allotment, rescuing a TV aerial engineer stuck on a roof with a drill bit through his foot, and another man trapped between two vats of molten metal.
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