Fireman is sacked after post-traumatic stress disorder leaves him unable to perform front-line duties

Fireman is sacked after post-traumatic stress disorder leaves him unable to perform front-line duties
 

A fireman left traumatised by the death of a colleague has been sacked for not being ‘capable’ of doing front-line duties.
Andy Graham, 51, who has 29 years service has been living with post-traumatic stress disorder for most of his career.
The debilitating condition was triggered by horrific incidents he attended as a young fireman in the 80s.
After suffering a mental breakdown in the 90s he returned to work but was at the Oldham Street blaze in Manchester city centre which claimed the life of firefighter Stephen Hunt in 2013.
He was so badly affected by Stephen’s death he went off work... read more

 
13 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 36
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