Can you help a British husband find the nurse who saved his wife’s life in Tenerife in April?

Can you help a British husband find the nurse who saved his wife’s life in Tenerife in April?

Just over a month ago, on 29 April on the Summer weather post, I reported this:

Emergency services have repeated their request for the public to take suitable care in adverse weather conditions after a 48-year-old British woman suffered a cardiac arrest and nearly drowned while diving off the Playa de Radazul, El Rosario, just before 11.30 this morning. She was pulled out of the water by fellow divers, and then transferred by emergency services to Candelaria Hospital where her condition is said to be serious.

I’ve now been contacted by this woman’s husband, who says:

I am the husband of the British lady who had the scuba diving accident in Tenerife at Radazul on the 29th of April which you had reported. My wife has made a full recovery from the accident. We are now back in the UK. I would really like to thank all the people who were there on the coast at the time, especially a nurse who performed the CPR on my wife. I cannot thank her enough. The ambulance service and the treatment at the Candeleria hospital was also exemplary. Would it be possible to find out who that nurse was and convey my gratitude . I would like to speak to her personally if possible. I would be grateful if you could help me finding this lady.

It is marvellous to know that this woman has made a full recovery, and if anyone can help identify or locate the nurse who undoubtedly saved her life by emergency resuscitation, please let me know and I’ll pass on the information.

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