Are you the mystery man who helped Sky Sports presenter Simon Thomas when he collapsed in Norwich?

Sky Sports' Simon Thomas. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Sky Sports' Simon Thomas. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Norfolk-raised Sky Sports presenter Simon Thomas has publicly thanked a mystery man in uniform who helped him when he collapsed at Norwich Railway Station.

https://twitter.com/SimonThomasSky/status/862237572352888834

Thomas, whose father was an Anglican minister at a number of places across our region, tweeted: 'To whoever the chap from the armed services was who came to my help when I collapsed at Norwich station on Monday afternoon and stayed with me (and missed your train) - thank you so much.'

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Later, the Norwich City supporter and former Blue Peter presenter tweeted that he did not remember very much about the incident, adding: 'My sister was on the scene so she knows a lot more than me.'

Were you there or were you the man who helped Simon? Email kim.briscoe@archant.co.uk or call EDP Newsdesk on 01603 772324.


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