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Women’s rugby team save four car crash victims with their bootlaces in UK

Women’s rugby team save four car crash victims with their bootlaces in UK

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Daily Telegraph UK

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Members of the Trowbridge Women’s rugby team didn’t hesitate when a car crashed near their field – they saved four lives. Photo / Facebook.

A women’s rugby team helped to save crash victims by using their shirts and bootlaces to stop bleeding.

Trowbridge Rugby Club Women were finishing a training session in the field adjacent to the road in Wiltshire when they heard a vehicle crash about 8.40pm on August 9.

The team crawled through bushes of stinging nettles and over a barbed wire fence to investigate, finding the car on its side and four injured passengers, two aged 16.

Emma Santer, the women’s team lead, said that they heard “a massive crash and a lot of the trees were swaying.

“What threw us was the trees moving. Becca, our hooker, said, ‘I can hear music playing, I think there’s been a crash,’ so as one we ran down and we could hear music playing, we could hear people crying, so half the team jumped over the barb

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