Taxi driver's amazing gesture to help man suffering asthma attack
A social media campaign has been launched to find a kind-hearted taxi driver who helped a man having an asthma attack and took him to hospital free of charge.
Josh Mulvaney made the appeal on Facebook earlier this evening to try pass his thanks on to the driver.
Josh’s post said: “Big massive thank (you) for whoever this taxi driver is for taking me to the Royal without fare, and making sure I was okay on the way by reassuring me loads and having to put up with me making weird squeaky noises.
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