Cyclist's organs donated to save lives after he fell from bike in Leek

Relatives of a cyclist who died after falling from his bike have thanked members of the public whose actions meant his organs could be donated.
Brian Kidney passed away in hospital two days after he came off his bicycle and suffered a heart attack.
Passersby had rushed to help the 67-year-old, who retired from his job as an electrical engineer in March, following the accident in Wallbridge Drive, Leek.
And their speedy intervention ensured Brian was kept alive for long enough to allow his kidneys to save two other people's lives.
Now his family have issued a heartfelt thank you to those who... read more

13 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 40
Source: The Sentinel

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