Nic Hailey visits community first responders at scene of terrorist attack in Nairobi

Nic Hailey with St John Ambulance volunteers
Nic Hailey visits St John Ambulance volunteers at the scene of Tuesday’s terror attack in Nairobi. Photo: Twittter/HCNicHailey

Yesterday, UK High Commissioner Nic Hailey visited the St John Ambulance team at the scene of the Riverside attack site where he was briefed on their operations and response to the incident.

Tweeting about the visit, Mr Hailey said it was “An honour to meet these dedicated and tireless volunteers responding to yesterday’s attack.”

He went on to thank the Kenya Red Cross, St John Ambulance, Ministry of Health and all volunteers who have supported everyone caught up in Riverside attack.

“You and many others show what is best in this great country of Kenya. Your spirit and service show why evil will not win,” he added.

Nic Hailey with St John Ambulance volunteers
Nic Hailey is briefed by St John Ambulance volunteers at DusitD2 in Nairobi. Photo: Twittter/StJohnKenya

British national Luke Potter was named yesterday as being among those killed in the attack by Islamist terrorists on the DusitD2 complex in Nairobi.

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