Prince William is back to business after a well-spent summer vacation.
In honor of 999 Day (also known as Emergency Services Day) on Thursday, the Duke of Cambridge paid a visit to South London to see first responders and NHS workers, as well as members of the community who have been helped by them. The duke’s official Instagram account shared a handful of snaps from the event and even provided a bit of information on the attendees.
Per the caption, William met with a 5-year-old named Lila, who was “successfully resuscitated after she collapsed” by ambulance technician Charlotte, along with firefighters Marc and James. The message continued, “Police Constables Ryan and Ahmet acted quickly to save the life of then six-year-old Noura, who had received appalling injuries at the hands of her father. Ravi was rescued by the RNLI after being dragged out to sea—he remembered their ‘Float to Live’ advice and was able to remain afloat for almost an hour before being rescued.”
See the slideshow below.